‘The Mental Capacity Act (MCA) was passed in parliament in 2008. It came into force on 1st March 2010 to replace the Mental Disorders and Treatment Act. The purpose of the Act is to provide a framework to protect persons who lack mental capacity. The Act also sets out, amongst other things, a statutory framework for individuals who want to make preparation for a future time should they lose lack capacity by allowing them to appoint proxy decision makers. Do contact our friendly lawyers to learn about the list of services provided on MCA.