Sheree Green

Sheree Green

Sheree Green is the Court of Protection lead at Anthony Collins Solicitors and chair of the Law Society’s mental health and disability committee

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    Back to basics: Welfare deputyships

    2019-02-12T00:00:00

    Sheree Green reviews the basics on welfare deputyships, and looks at why so few have been appointed

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    A sympathetic ear

    2018-05-15T15:23:00

    The services of private client solicitors are often called on at stressful and strained times in people’s lives, which can involve loss and pain. But what if clients come to you with thoughts of ending their own lives? Lesley Woolf and Sheree Green explain what you can do

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    Standard bearers

    2017-05-09T00:00:00

    Sheree Green discusses a number of recent mental capacity cases that signpost best practice and offer guidance for professional deputies

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    Band aid

    2016-01-19T00:00:00

    Sheree Green provides an overview of the current state of legal aid, and outlines what types of private client cases may be eligible for public funding.

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    After all

    2015-05-20T10:55:00

    The new Care Act has significant implications for a local authority’s duty to provide after-care under the Mental Health Act 1983. Sheree Green looks in closer detail at the after-care regime, and the challenges ahead

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    Meek: who shall inherit?

    2014-09-11T00:00:00

    Sheree Green reports on the latest chapter in the long-running litigation over the estate of Gladys Meek, and her two deputies’ mis-spending of her estate