Currently, there are two protection regimes from which the vulnerable person, his or her family or his or her closest environment can choose.
This choice will also depend on the capacities of the person concerned.
Non-judicial protection: the person concerned organises his/her own protection regime by giving a mandate to the person of his/her choice.
Judicial protection: the vulnerable person relies on the competent justice of the peace to organise a judicial protection scheme adapted to their needs.
Our office has a lawyer specialising in estate law who is authorised to take action on the property and person of persons placed under temporary administration or extended minority status. We can advise you on the different types of protection available.