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Chloe is an experienced Associate Solicitor in the Community Care and Court of Protection teams, specialising in health and social care funding issues, Mental Capacity and Best Interests, and contentious and non-contentious Court of Protection matters. She acts for individuals, family members, lay Attorneys and Deputies and Professional Deputies. 

Chloe is skilled at building good working relationships with clients. She can explain complex legal issues in straightforward language, ensuring that her advice is comprehensive and clear. She is passionate about providing a high-quality service and achieving positive outcomes for clients. 

Chloe has run lectures and training courses across England for other legal professionals, charities and financial advisers on social care funding, healthcare funding, safeguarding vulnerable adults and Court of Protection health and welfare applications.  

Chloe is a fully accredited member of the Association of Lifetime Lawyers, a member of both the Professional Deputy Forum and the STEP Mental Capacity Special Interest Group. 

She has also acted as a carer and as an Attorney (both types) for a family member with Alzheimer’s disease, so has a deeper level of understanding when speaking with clients in a similar position.   
In her spare time, Chloe likes to socialise with friends, travel with family and make the most of living by the sea by spending time at the beach.


Chloe’s expertise includes:

Court of Protection and Mental Capacity Law

  • Lasting Power of Attorney and Deputy applications (contested and non-contested).
  • Applications and litigation in both financial and health and welfare Court of Protection proceedings, including family disputes and concerns over Attorney and Deputy suitability.
  • Safeguarding matters covering issues such as financial abuse, disputes relating to who a person should have contact with and where that person should live.
  • Mental capacity assessments and best interest processes including representation at best interests meetings.
  • Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.


Social care funding

  • Care Act 2014 eligibility and assessment, personal budget negotiations, care planning, financial assessment and direct payment disputes.
  • Challenging arbitrary funding decisions including reductions in the level of support provided without proper review, Disability Related Expenditure and Disabled Facilities Grants decisions.
  • Deprivation of asset disputes.
  • Children’s social care matters including transition from children’s services to adult services.


Healthcare funding

  • Hospital Discharge.
  • Children’s Continuing Care and NHS Continuing Healthcare eligibility, assessments and appeals.
  • Personal Health Budget eligibility and challenges to insufficient funding to meet assessed needs.
  • Section 117 Aftercare funding disputes & CPA planning.​​​​​


  • Court of Protection and Mental Capacity Law

  • Social care funding

  • Healthcare funding

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