Pamela Titmus

Solicitor

T 023 9236 4070

M 07920 848742

E pamelatitmus@coffinmew.co.uk

Specialisms

  • Property and affairs and health and welfare Deputyship applications
  • Ongoing management of the affairs of people lacking capacity
  • Personal injury trusts
  • Statutory Wills
Pamela Titmus

Specialisms

  • Property and affairs and health and welfare Deputyship applications
  • Ongoing management of the affairs of people lacking capacity
  • Personal injury trusts
  • Statutory Wills

What's your role?

I am a Solicitor within Coffin Mew’s dedicated Court of Protection team. I provide advice to individuals dealing with the difficulty of a loved one losing capacity as well as assisting Deputies with the ongoing financial management which the circumstances can necessitate.

As a team, we work extremely closely in supporting our clients, particularly where ongoing management is required. The nature of our work can be extremely sensitive and we work frequently together to support our clients in achieving a desired outcome. As a team, we take a lot of pride in the work we are doing.

I also enjoy working as a Trainee Solicitor Seat Supervisor for the firm.

Your experience

I qualified as a Solicitor in 2012 having first obtained a distinction in my LPC alongside an English and French law degree.
Having trained at a regional firm in Hampshire I subsequently qualified into family law before joining Coffin Mew’s specialist Court of Protection team at the beginning of 2016.

I have a great deal of experience of working with individuals in challenging situations. I use my previous experience in family law to support families in emotionally fraught situations where a loved one has lost capacity either through illness or accident.

Recent examples of my work include:

  • Successfully obtaining a health and welfare deputyship order for a client enabling them to assist with difficult decision making concerning their daughter’s health and, in particular, nutrition.
  • Advising a client on a Trustee Act application in respect of a potential sale of the property where equity release was involved.