Spousal contact – coercive control

June 2022 | Wills, probate and administration
Ending P’s contact with H, who had demonstrated a continuing pattern of controlling and coercive behaviour towards her even after she went into full-time care, was not in her best interests. Both parties were 65 and P had suffered a severe brain haemorrhage, necessitating a move into a specialist care home. She lacked capacity to …
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