As we get older, it is essential that we sort out the various legalities associated with age. Your future needs must be met, especially if you are unable to communicate them.
If you or a loved one has dementia, creating a Will and establishing future care can be difficult. At Romain Coleman, our elderly care solicitors offer support and advice to help you make an informed decision on the steps you need to take to secure a stable future for yourself and your family.
Writing a Living Will is an important step that you should consider. If you have been diagnosed with dementia, it is crucial that you take the time to think about what you require from any potential long-term care. If you aren’t sure what a Living Will is, read our post on Should I make a Living Will?. Romain Coleman can give you the expert advice you need to help you understand the financial and legal options available, in terms of elderly care services. We can even manage your legal arrangements on your behalf, to ensure that you’re getting the care you deserve. Our goal is to reduce the stress and worry of dealing with this alone.
As part of our elderly care service, our professional elderly care solicitors will sit with you to discuss in-depth the range of advice, including information on:
We have solicitors who are specialised in helping you with your elderly care. By working with us, you can be sure to receive personalised one-to-one assistance by someone who is dedicated to making your life easier.
As well as the above services that Romain Coleman provides, there are also a number of other things we can help you with:
At Romain Coleman, our supportive elderly care solicitors’s goal is to work with you to plan for your future and guarantee that your needs will be met. We will ensure that all legal arrangements are organised on your behalf, particularly when it comes to your long-term care.
Contact our experienced team today on 0208 520 3322 or via our Contact Form.
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This article was first published in 2016 and has been updated on 06/11/19.
This post is not legal advice and should not replace professional advice tailored to your specific circumstances. It is intended to provide information of general interest about current legal issues.