Lucie Glover is an Associate in the Elderly and Vulnerable Client team.

Lucie joined Furley Page in 2011 having worked at another regional law firm. Lucie qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive in 2016, specialising in Court of Protection matters.

Lucie works in the Canterbury office and regularly visits clients at their home or in care homes. She is part of the Vulnerable Client team, and her professional and caring approach enables her to support and guide her clients.

Lucie specialises in Court of Protection matters and deputyship applications, including both contested and non-contested applications, along with managing clients’ general affairs where they do not have any family or friends able or willing to undertake this role. Lucie works alongside Nicola August, who is on the panel of Professional Deputies, appointed by the Court of Protection.

Lucie advises families where there are disputes with the NHS or local authority in relation to the provision of care for their loved one. Lucie also advises on lasting powers of attorney, care fee funding rules and NHS Continuing Healthcare.

Lucie is a Senior Member of the Professional Deputies Forum and a member (pending accreditation) of The Associate of Lifetime Lawyers.



  • Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Legal Executives
  • Member (pending accreditation) of The Association of Lifetime Lawyers