Elderly & Vulnerable
We have a highly experienced and dedicated specialist team who advise and look after the interests of elderly and vulnerable individuals to support them with their legal and financial affairs. We can act as executor, trustee or attorney.
We can support children who may have suffered injury at birth to centenarians who may be experiencing complications, related to ageing, in their daily lives. We have developed close relationships with community service providers and local organisations to ensure we provide a specialist collaborative team who will deliver a supportive service.
We can organise assistance with arranging care at home or helping clients make the sometimes difficult choice of going into residential care. We do as much or as little as each client requires and always with sensitivity and discretion.
Roles of an attorney of a health and welfare Lasting Power of Attorney fact sheet
Information about the roles of an attorney under a health and welfare Lasting Power of Attorney. Read more
Roles of attorney of a property and affairs Lasting Power of Attorney fact sheet
Information about the roles of attorney of a property and affairs Lasting Power of Attorney. Read more
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World Mental Health Day – Tuesday 10 October
Michael Cressey discusses mental health and the importance of seeking help and advice. Mental health can be a difficult subject for families and individuals to speak about, let alone speak with a stranger. Mental health can appear in all different forms; from a bereavement to an accident or simply the elderly. Michael Cressey, Paralegal in Private Client comments: Read more18/09/17
Services for individuals and families
Our specialists will work with you to achieve the best outcome for you and your family. Whether it’s advice on planning for your future and protecting your legacy, buying a property or preserving your assets following a relationship breakdown – we’re here to help. Read more11/09/17
Dementia – not only affecting the elderly
A 32 year old woman is battling a rare form a dementia and is one of the youngest people in the country to have contracted the disease. Read more07/06/17
What is ‘Testamentary Freedom’?
How the concept of testamentary freedom has evolved since 1870 and what can be done to maximise the prospect of enjoying this particular freedom today. Read more19/05/17
Why should you make a Lasting Power of Attorney?
Nobody knows what is around the corner and to ensure your wishes are followed, it can be a good idea to choose someone you trust, to deal with your healthcare or financial affairs should you need them to. Read more18/05/17
The importance of a will
If you have been diagnosed with dementia, it's important to ensure you have a will and that is up to date. Read more