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Advising the Elderly

Our Private Client Solicitors can provide advice and guidance on what steps to take when managing your affairs

We all deserve to be happy and stress free in our retirement, and yet for many of us, the prospect of ‘getting our affairs in order’ can seem, a daunting and weighty business. With Morecrofts, however, it needn’t be.

Not only do we offer a dedicated team for elderly clients – able to advise on all legal, financial and individual needs – but we also offer a home visit service to assist those who have difficulty leaving the house. It couldn’t be simpler.

We can help with:

  • Making Wills
  • Setting up Trusts
  • Making a Lasting Power of Attorney
  • Appointing a Professional Deputy
  • Moving into sheltered accommodation or residential care
  • Minimising inheritance tax
  • Managing your money
  • Advice and support for carers
  • Administration of an estate

So, if you would like to enjoy complete peace of mind in your retirement, let Morecrofts’ expert Private Client Solicitors including members of Solicitors for the Elderly, help you to plan your future with precision.

We understand how worrying legal costs can be so we have a range of payment options available to suit your budget and needs. We offer fixed fee packages for many of our services alongside our traditional fee system and we will help you to decide which option is right for you.

To find out more or to speak to someone, call 0151 236 8871, email info@morecrofts.co.uk or use our contact form

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