Legal protection for the elderly and vulnerable.
Life is complicated, and we’re all aware that as we age, our cognitive abilities often decline, affecting our ability to think clearly and make sound decisions about our finances, health and care. When these matters affect a family business, it can be even more complex and highly emotional.
We can help you to plan now, for a time when you are no longer able to, or want to, make these decisions for yourself, with a lasting power of attorney. Our team is also experienced in providing legal guidance when making decisions on behalf of family members suddenly becomes your responsibility.
Our specialist team have earned a reputation for the assured and careful handling of a range of legal issues surrounding the welfare and needs of older and vulnerable people. This includes the experience of trusts and mental health, helping to navigate the complex rules and assessments of care home funding, and working with the court of protection to ensure the necessary care and financial agreements are put in place.
We invest our time to develop close relationships with families and carers, so we can best reduce the pressure during emotional situations, sensitively manage any family tensions and navigate a clear path forward.
Why Choose SE-Solicitors
UnderstandingWith our belief that relationships really do matter, we’re focused on understanding you and your world more deeply.
ExpertiseBy harnessing our collective skills, knowledge, and depth of expertise, we support you to manage the unique complexity of your personal and commercial interests in a smarter way.
InsightNaturally strategic, we’re able to see the bigger picture, solve problems and realise opportunities more effectively.
AgilityAlways responsive, with a solutions orientated mindset, we get to the heart of the matter fast, enabling you to reach positive outcomes more quickly.
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