Age, disability or injury can cause serious difficulties for people, their families and carers, and the legislation around health and care support services is constantly shifting. Our team have years of expertise in this area – whether you need help making a will or support in continuing your healthcare funding, we will make the process as smooth and simple as possible.
If you or someone you care for needs our help, we can arrange a meeting at one of our offices or in a place you’re most comfortable – whether that’s your home, care home, or in some cases, even hospital.
If a lack of capacity means that some (or all) of the important decision making might involve either a local authority or the Court of Protection, we can help you or your loved one to make arrangements that avoid these remote decision makers being involved. Where that isn’t achievable, we’ll advise on how to make their involvement as painless and effective as possible.
We know that clear guidance isn’t readily available for older and vulnerable people, their families and carers, so our specialist team explain everything in plain English where possible and provide compassionate, dedicated support. We can offer advice on a wide range of issues, including: