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Advising the Elderly

Who will take care of your affairs if you are unable to do so?

What will happen to your property and personal effects if you have to go into Care?

During the past 20 years there has been a marked increase in a number of people who live well beyond the normal retirement age.

We help you put your affairs in order so that if you are unable to do so in the future then a plan will be in place. We particularly understand the need for personal independence and hope to provide solutions to what may seem to be insurmountable problems.

There are many issues involved which affect older clients including:-

1. Wills

2. Tax Planning

3. Equity Release

4. Court of Protection/Receivership

5. Lasting Powers of Attorney

6. Preserving the home

7. Planning for long term care at home or failing this residential or nursing accommodation

We appreciate how difficult it is for the individual and their families and friends and we offer a friendly and supportive service including home visits and assistance.

Our Experts

Jonathan Hogg

PARTNER LIVERPOOL

Peter Marsh

PARTNER HESWALL

Georgina Roberts

SOLICITOR HESWALL

Gwen Collins

PARALEGAL LIVERPOOL

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