Elderly and Vulnerable Clients

Worried about a vulnerable person during the Covid-19 lockdown?

3rd June 2020 by Lucie Glover

As the UK’s coronavirus lockdown measures turn from weeks to months, concern over its effects on vulnerable and elderly people...

Making a Will or Lasting Power of Attorney in light of coronavirus (COVID-19)

1st April 2020 by Aaron Spencer

Social distancing requirements imposed by the UK Government in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) have resulted in us making some important...

Time to put your legal affairs in order

20th March 2020 by Aaron Spencer

During these uncertain times, we are finding many clients taking stock of their legal affairs and using it as an...

Furley Page staff offer to help the Elderly in the local community

Val Prosser

17th March 2020 by Val Prosser

The monthly tea parties by the charity Re-engage (formerly Contact the Elderly) for the elderly have currently been suspended due...

Power of Attorney refunds

13th March 2018 by Melanie Christodoulou

The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) has announced that refunds can be claimed for any Enduring Powers of Attorney...

Living Will or Lasting Power of Attorney?

14th September 2017 by Melanie Christodoulou

...That is the Million Dollar Question. What do Living Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney have in common?  What are their...

When Grandma comes to stay

11th May 2017 by Melanie Christodoulou

Hidden tax regime - Pre-Owned Asset Tax (POAT) It’s Sunday lunch at Grandma’s house and she tells you that she is...

How to protect a vulnerable person from becoming a scam victim

Val Prosser

18th October 2016 by Val Prosser

Unfortunately millions of people in the country have become a victim of a scam and sadly the elderly and vulnerable...

What to do when a trustee loses mental capacity to carry out trustee functions

16th August 2016 by Melanie Christodoulou

The issue of a trustee losing capacity has become more prominent in recent years, especially with the rise in Dementia...

The Care Act 2014 is being implemented in stages, but what does it mean for those affected today?

22nd October 2015 by Nicola August

The Care Act 2014 is being implemented in two stages. The first stage came into force on the 1st April...

The costs of NHS Continuing Healthcare

Val Prosser

19th January 2015 by Val Prosser

Paul Lewis, in his recent Radio Times article, urged individuals to obtain advice from a specialist solicitor when approaching the...

NHS Continuing Care

25th November 2011 by Nicola August

If you or your loved one has a severe health need you may be eligible for NHS continuing care.   This...

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