Monitoring a decision-making representation order

The court will check that the arrangement is working the way it should on an ongoing basis.

We will also monitor decisions made by the decision-making representative. The decision-making representative must submit a written report to us every year. Each report must include any details of financial matters, costs and expenses related to the decisions included in the order.

If the decisions relate to your property and affairs, the decision-making representative must submit a list of your assets, liabilities, income and expenses so that we can monitor these.

Read more about how we supervise and monitor decision-making representatives.