Advising the Elderly & Vulnerable

Throughout our lives people often encounter situations where either themselves or a loved one have difficulties in managing their affairs and finances. At CJCH we use our combined expertise to help you to plan for your future by creating Lasting Powers of Attorney. It can be a comfort to know that there is someone on hand with the expertise and knowledge to safeguard your future care.

In situations where a person is vulnerable or unable to manage their affairs our expert team can assist in applying to the Court of Protection for Deputyship to manage a person’s affairs or in Deprivation of Liberty proceedings.

There’s no need to feel alone or unsure, seek the advice of our expert team with over 35 years of experience in these matters.

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    • Jodi Winter

      Jodi Winter

      Managing Partner

      Jodi is the Managing Partner and Head of the Department for Family and Children Law at CJCH. In addition to being an executive board member of the CJCH Group, she advises and represents both individual and corporate clients and with over 20 years of experience, she specialises in a number of areas including Family Law, Public Sector, and Mental Health Law.

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    • John Moore

      John Moore

      John advises Private Clients in the areas of Wills & Probate, Power of Attorney, Deputyship, and Residential Conveyancing. Although specialising in Private Client services since 2013, he has been with CJCH since 2003, and has been a Qualified Solicitor since 2010.

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    • Rebecca May

      Rebecca May

      Rebecca has been with CJCH since 2013 and has 6 years experience in the fields of residential and commercial conveyancing as well as private clients in matters such as Wills and Probate, Lasting Power of Attorney, Court of Protection applications. Having qualified as a Solicitor in 2016, she advises clients and represents both commercial and individual clients.

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    • Amy Roberts-Rees

      Amy Roberts-Rees

      Amy is a Partner at CJCH having accepted the position in 2013. Amy has overall responsibility in managing the Mental health and Court of Protection departments having established the offerings at the firm.  Amy has been a Solicitor at CJCH for over 12 years and has been specialising in the areas of Mental Health Law and Court of Protection for Welfare combined for over 14 years. Amy is recognised by the Law Society as a specialist lawyer in both Mental Health and Mental Capacity law (ALR) being the only solicitor in South Wales to be recognised as a specialist in both areas of law. Amy was recognised in the Wales online feature as one of the 30 young lawyers to watch in 2018. Amy is a fluent Welsh speaker.

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    • Amy Palin

      Amy Palin

      Amy joined the firm in 2017 as a researcher in the Anti-Piracy and Licence Compliance team. Amy has since commenced her Training Contract with the Firm, and is aligned to the Residential Conveyancing and Private Client department in our Blackwood office.

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