At Warners we are committed to providing a wide range of legal services for vulnerable adults and children, their relatives and carers. We are committed to providing expert advice across a wide area of practice that is client-focused as well as practical and sympathetic.
Issues affecting older clients, in particular, can be complex and varied, covering wills, lasting powers of attorney, Court of Protection issues, tax planning, property matters, care home fees and financial planning. We help clients to plan ahead, to place their affairs in order; we also help clients navigate the Court of Protection jurisdiction.
We have legal experts who are ‘Dementia Friends’ and two of our team who are ‘Dementia Friends Champions’ and able to deliver Dementia Friends Awareness Sessions. Many of our solicitors are members of Solicitors for the Elderly as well as 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 wheelchair 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.
How our solicitors can help you:
- Our lawyers are very experienced in dealing with elderly and vulnerable clients they will take the time to really understand your situation.
- Home visits – we are always prepared to make home visits by arrangements.
- Make sure you fully understand are comfortable with the advice you have received.
In this episode, Gail Hall looks at how we can all prepare for older age.