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Stacey Bryant – Enable Law

Enable Law
PO Box 176
Plymouth PL1 9FB

Areas of Expertise

Financial Deputyships Health & welfare deputyships Expert witness statements (costs) Local authority care services & funding
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NHS care funding SEN applications & appeals Estate planning & trusts Completion of tax returns for deputy clients
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Professional Membership

Court of Protection Panel of Deputies STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) Solicitors for the Elderly (team)
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About Enable Law

There are many factors that could affect an individual's capacity to run their personal and financial affairs, and make their own decisions. These include severe learning disabilities, mental health problems, a brain injury or stroke, an accident causing severe injury, or simply old age.

Enable Law's knowledgeable specialist team understands the issues which arise from those suffering from a lack of capacity and have the skills to advise and assist with both contentious and non-contentious issues. Within our team, we have lawyers who are members of Solicitors for the Elderly, STEP, the Professional Deputies Forum and Clinical Negligence Specialist Panel.

This specialist team can offer extensive services including Lasting Powers of Attorney, acting as or for deputies, making applications to the Court of Protection, professional deputyships, expert witness service, Living Wills and acting as litigation friends.

Stacey Bryant – Enable Law

Enable Law
PO Box 176
Plymouth PL1 9FB

About Stacey Bryant

Stacey leads Enable Law's Court of Protection team, and handles cases specialising in property and financial affairs. The team currently supports in excess of 100 Deputy, Trust and Attorney clients, managing assets exceeding £32 million.

Stacey is often appointed by the Court of Protection as a Deputy for property and financial affairs for clients whom do not have capacity to manage their own affairs. Her primary specialism is supporting clients who have an acquired brain injury – perhaps following an accident, clinical event or birth injury. This includes working within multi-disciplinary teams to achieve the best result for the client, setting up bespoke care and therapy packages, buying and adapting properties and dealing with investments.