The needs of our clients change with age and we tailor the advice we give with this in mind.
In addition to our usual approach we take particular care:
to understand our elderly clients’ needs and wishes
to provide clear and constructive advice and peace of mind
to respond rapidly to request for advice
to make house calls where appropriate and practicable
Challenges to Local Authority NHS funding decisions
We specialise in challenges to Local Authority NHS funding decisions, and on these matters please ask for James Matthews
Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, estate advice and preservation of assets
For an initial interview and advice on Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, estate advice and preservation of assets, please ask for Ann Astbury.
There can be a number of reasons why you may decide to leave gifts to charity in your Will. This may be that you want to leave something to a cause that is close to your heart, ensuring that a local project can survive in the long term and other reasons. Gifts to...read more
A presentation by Ian Wessels MA PGCE, Solicitor When someone goes into residential care, it often imposes significant burdens on them and their family. Negotiating ‘the system’ can be stressful and confusing to anyone unfamiliar with its workings. The presentation...read more
Here’s something to think about when you are leaving a house in a Will. You own the property on your own This might seem straightforward; you can name the property and leave it to whom you want in your Will. There are dangers in naming specific properties. You own a...read more