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Later Life Planning
At Rogers & Norton we appreciate that clients of a certain age may require a little extra care, attention and support when making decisions, whether it be making a Will, on a death of a loved one, a Lasting Power of Attorney, thoughts of giving away their home or just making sure that everything is in order for their nearest and dearest.
Specialist solicitors for Later Life Planning
Our dedicated private client team are on hand to support and advise you on all aspects of later life planning.
Louisa Shailes is a member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE) which is an independent national organisation of lawyers, such as solicitors, barristers, and legal executives who all provide specialist legal advice for older and vulnerable people, their families and carers in accordance with the SFE Code of Practice.
Our specialists can advise on a wide range of legal issues affecting elderly and vulnerable people and take into account each person’s particular characteristics and requirements, especially those of a mental or physical nature, to ensure that they are able to understand the legal processes and documentation required. Our advice is specifically tailored to each client’s individual needs. If appropriate, we also liaise with our specialists in other departments, financial advisers and other professionals to provide you with a complete solution to your legal problems.
We have offices located in the centre of Norwich and Attleborough, and are easily accessible with free on-site parking. If transport is a problem we can visit clients in the comfort of their own home.
We can help with:
- Lasting Powers of Attorney
- Administration of Estates
- Court of Protection matters
- Advising Attorneys and Deputies
- Acting as an Attorney
- Inheritance Tax queries
- Planning and preparing for the future
- Home Care fees
- Family arrangements
- Property ownership
- Advance Decisions
If you have an issue and require advice, whether listed above or not, do contact one of our team who will be able to talk to you and guide you in the right direction.
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