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Can a Deputy or Attorney get paid for providing care to an incapacitated person?

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Posted by Mitra Mann on 18 May 2015

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Mitra Mann

Senior Associate

Mitra is a specialist in both, contentious probate and contentious court of protection work.

Mitra Mann

Mitra is a specialist in both, contentious probate and contentious court of protection work.

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