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Appointeeships overview

We manage the finances of people who are unable to do this for themselves, and have no one else who is willing or able to do this for them. Appointeeship is where we will act for someone, by collecting their state benefits and making payments from these monies for care charges, personal allowance or other items considered to be in the person’s best interests. We offer Appointeeship for people living in residential care, or in the community under certain conditions.

Appointeeship may be the best course of action if the person has a low level of financial assets, is in receipt of benefits and doesn't have any other sources of income.

Depending on the person’s financial circumstances, it may be that Deputyship is a better option. 

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