Mobien is a Senior Associate within the Manchester Court of Protection team. Mobien qualified into Court of Protection in 2008 and since that time, she has been responsible for dealing with the day-to-day management of Deputyship and Trust files.
Mobien also manages the Care Advisory Team; dealing with the direct employment of support workers and issues that arise from time to time.
Over the years, Mobien has gained extensive knowledge and experience in managing clients who lack mental capacity to deal with their property and affairs. She supports people with dementia, degenerative medical conditions, and severe mental or physical disabilities including those with an acquired brain injury.
She provides support in all aspects of daily life, including day to day budgeting, purchasing and adapting properties for them, managing their investments, management of interim payments (where the matter is pre-settlement) and in particular arranging their care packages. Mobien has a sound knowledge of the Mental Capacity Act and best interest decision making.
Mobien has significant experience in providing employment and HR advice to clients who directly employ their own care teams. She is particularly experienced in dealing with contractual queries, grievances and disciplinary matters. She provides considerable support to family members, care teams and case managers in order to improve the care being provided to the client.
What Inspired You To Get Into Law?
I always knew I wanted to be a lawyer from a young age and one of my main reasons was because I wanted to make a difference and help people. I genuinely feel lucky to be able to work in an environment where my experience and skills make a real difference to people.
What Is The Most Rewarding Aspect Of Your Role?
I thoroughly enjoy the challenges of working within the Court of Protection department. I enjoy developing relationships with clients, and watching them progress over the years.
What Do You Like About Working At Irwin Mitchell?
I enjoy working with a great team of people within the Manchester Court of Protection team.
What Do You Do Away From The Office?
I spend a lot of time with my family, looking after my 3 children. I also enjoy taking part in charity work. I spend far too long eating chocolate and thinking about going to the gym.