Elderly & vulnerable clients

We offer a range of services to support elderly and vulnerable clients who may be experiencing cognitive impairment. Our solicitors are also equipped to help out adults and children with learning difficulties and, as well as their families.

Our solicitors for the elderly and disabled can offer advice, in a sensitive considerate way, on wills, lasting powers of attorney, court of protection issues, tax planning, property matters, care home fees and anything else that might concern you and your family.

We have a dedicated team of legal experts who have all received training on how to be ‘dementia friendly’. Some of our solicitors have been accredited by Solicitors for the Elderly. We also have solicitors who are full members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). With us you can be assured that the advice you receive from us is the best advice available.

Our office in Tonbridge is wheel-chair accessible and has a client car park. Where appropriate, we will visit our elderly and vulnerable clients in their homes.

We can also use our extensive list of trusted contacts to signpost you to other specialist providers.

Please select from the following services:

Meet the team

Gail Hall

Partner

Niki Tarrant

Paralegal

"They are very client-friendly; I wouldn't hesitate to put an elderly vulnerable client in front of them."


Chambers HNW 2017 – Quote from a care professional

"I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the kind and gentle way you explained and dealt with all this with us as a family. It has made the process much easier, especially for my parents."  


Mrs T

Martin Terrell of Warners Solicitors is described by a client as “compassionate, professional and an expert in his field.” He is a highly experienced practitioner who handles all aspects of Court of Protection work including financial abuse, asset recovery and family conflicts. Another client states: “I am continually impressed with his knowledge and measured approach to dealing with difficult situations.”


Chambers & Partners 2019