Fay Collinson Court of Protection & Mental Health
Fay’s thriving court of protection practice focuses on property and affairs with a particular emphasis on statutory wills, lifetime gifting applications and contested applications concerning deputies and attorneys. Her property and affairs work is informed by her chancery practice.
Whilst a large part of Fay’s practice concerns property and affairs she is adept at handling health and welfare matters, including, medical treatment, welfare disputes and deprivation of liberty proceedings. She is often instructed by the official solicitor, local authorities, NHS Trusts and clinical commissioning groups.
Fay is a specialist court of protection and chancery barrister. She has a broad practice that encompasses contentious probate, trusts, property disputes and all sides of Court of Protection work.
Year of Call: 2011
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Court Of Protection Practitioners Association (COPPA)
North Eastern Circuit
Classics and Ancient History BA (Hons) First Class - University of Manchester
Graduate Diploma in Law, Distinction – BPP
Bar Professional Training Course, Very Competent - Manchester Metropolitan University
Sir Joseph Cantley Award, Middle Temple
Sarah Marsland Prize for academic excellence, University of Manchester