Charlotte Dyson, Solicitor

Areas of practice: 
Charlotte specialises in cases involving the Court of Protection, personal injury trusts and asset protection for the young, elderly and vulnerable, on which she works closely with Lynne Bradey. She also deals with drafting and registering lasting powers of attorney and registering enduring powers of attorney.

Professional career:
Solicitor
Qualified 2010

Professional Memberships and Associations:
Solicitors for the Elderly
Dementia Action Alliance Professional Services Lead - Rotherham
SCOPE recommended advisor
MENCAP recommended advisor
Charlotte is a Dementia Friend

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