Thursday, 14 May 2009

Latimer Hinks Solicitors Support the Elderly

We have all heard, through acquaintances, the media, the press how easily the elderly can be misled or taken advantage of.

At Latimer Hinks we are aware that when it comes to sorting out your affairs solicitors are often the last on the list. Too often, people delay what they want. Sometimes it is too late and when it then falls to others to make arrangements for them.

Solicitors for the Elderly is an organisation committed to providing and promoting robust, comprehensive and independent legal advice for older and vulnerable people, their family and carers

Most of our Private Client lawyers are members of Solicitors for the Elderly . Not just any lawyer can be a member of SFE. Members must have spent a substantial amount of their time working for elderly clients and have also have to fulfil criteria for membership.

Recently, Claire Farrell and Natalie Walker became Joint Regional Co-ordinators for the North East Branch of Solicitors for the Elderly

If you need information/advice on any of the elderly issues listed below please don't hesitate to contact Latimer Hinks. We're here to help.

  • Estate planning using wills, trusts and lifetime giving
    Powers of attorney
    Court of Protection
    Probate and the administration of estates
    Trust administration
    Tax Planning
    Living Wills
    The provision of home care
    Preserving assets in the event of long term residential or nursing care
    Residential and nursing home contracts
    Advice on financial responsibility and funding for long-term care, including continuing NHS health care
    State retirement and widows pensions
    Long-term care insurance policies
    Mental Health legislation


Evan said...

Good Job!
Legal Advice

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But this process requires a skilful and careful conveyancer, who should take care of all the formalities and details and should take care of all the required legal papers required. These Conveyancers can be appointed online as well.

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