Mental health – Court of Protection. In 2009, CS, the patient, was formally diagnosed as having Alzheimer's disease, he executed a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) for property and financial affairs, and an LPA for health and welfare in which he appointed his son, M, to be the sole attorney. M delegated his powers to his mother, who it was found, following investigation by the Office of Public Guardian was living off CS's income. Various applications came before the court. The Court of Protection revoked the LPA for property and financial affairs and appointed a panel member and M to act jointly as CS's deputies for property and affairs.