Nia has a developed a strong Court of Protection practice, both in relation to health and welfare and property and affairs. Nia regularly acts for Local Authorities, Health Boards, RPRs, the Official Solicitors and family members in relation to applications to the Court of Protection. Nia’s experience includes disputes over capacity, section 21A applications and personal welfare applications involving decisions about residence, care and treatment (to include medical treatment), marriage and sexual relations. Nia has been commended for her detailed drafting to include statements of facts and grounds, position statements, skeleton arguments and orders. Nia also accepts instructions in contested property and affairs disputes to include the appointment and removal of deputies and attorneys (welfare/financial affairs).
Nia is actively involved in providing seminars with the Court of Protection Team at 30 Park Place and is available to provide training to relevant parties.