What makes us specialists in elderly client advice?

We have been a member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE) since 1981 and apply the principals of the organisation to our own working practices. We understand that the law can be confusing and intimidating to older people and their families, and we want to make it as easy and affordable as possible for all of our clients to obtain quality legal advice. Our years of experience giving legal advice to elderly clients and their families means we are experts when it comes to Lasting Powers of Attorney, wills, probate, trusts and Inheritance Tax.

If you already know what you need to discuss with us, please click the ‘I need a solicitor’ button. Or, if you would like to find out more about our services, please use the links below to read the information that’s most relevant to your situation.

Giving you peace of mind for the future

Whether you are contacting us to discuss your own situation, or that of a friend or relative, we are here to help. Most clients are unaware of the wide range of options available to them. Thinking about the death, long-term care or welfare of you or your loved one can be stressful and upsetting, and it is normal to feel under pressure to make quick decisions, particularly if you or your loved one is ill or facing imminent hardship. We can help you to understand all of the different options available to you and will support you in deciding the best course of action for your individual needs and circumstances.

Worried about an elderly friend or relative?

If you are concerned that an elderly friend, relative or loved one is being exploited because of their age, please get in touch to discuss the situation. We are specialists in providing elderly client advice, and our team are experienced at handling vulnerable people in awkward situations. Contact us today for a free 30-minute consultation if you are worried about someone close to you.

Elderly client services

Please choose a topic you need help with:

Want to talk?

If you would like to talk to us about the service you require, please contact our office on the number below.

Call us: 01702 582030

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is the regulatory body for solicitors in England and Wales.

Solicitors for the Elderly is an independent organisation of legal professionals who specialise in providing legal advice to elderly and vulnerable clients.

The Notaries Society represents the 900 or so Notaries Public currently practising in England and Wales.

STEP is a worldwide professional association that promotes integrity, best practice and training and development amongst its members.


We are open Wills - Probate - Lasting Powers of Attorney

You can instruct us by visiting our Thorpe Bay office.

Alternatively, you can contact us via video conferencing or by telephone.