Being vulnerable just means you need a little more care and understanding. This can apply to anyone who is elderly, disabled, has a mental illness or has learning difficulties.
When you come to us for legal advice we will take care to understand your needs and prepare for the fact that they might change over time. We also appreciate that you might need to have very personal conversations with someone you have never met before; rest assured you will find our staff friendly and highly professional.
For many, getting to the office can be difficult or even a little daunting but that’s not a problem; we can offer home, hospital or care home visits for elderly, disabled or ill clients if it’s more practical.
How we can help
We aim to make our service to you as seamless as possible and will work with health and welfare professionals where necessary.
We can act as attorney or deputy and deal with the day to day administration of your affairs, or we can advise others on their responsibilities. Other areas we can help with include:
- Court of protection
- Elderly clients
- Lasting powers of attorney
Whatever your circumstances we will help you plan for the future with dignity and respect. For your extra peace of mind, we are fully regulated by the Law Society and can guarantee that your affairs will be handled by a highly experienced and fully qualified solicitor.
If you would like to know more about vulnerable client services or you would just like a chat about your options, please contact our friendly team today.