ELDERLY & VULNERABLE CLIENT AFFAIRS
- Buying & Selling Your Home
- Court of Protection & Powers of Attorney
- Criminal Defence
- Dispute Resolution
- Divorce & Family
- Employment Law for Employees
- Elderly & Vulnerable Client Affairs
- Landlord & Tenant/Housing
- Motoring Offences
- Personal Injury Claims
- Property Disputes
- Probate and Estate Administration
- Trusts & Tax Planning
- Wealth Protection
What Our Clients Say
I walked in off the street, Leanne saw me immediately and completed in a week, very impressed. I must also say your Receptionists were excellent, very friendly.Client of Leanne Routledge
My needs met by friendly competent approachable people. Very happy thank you.Private client re Jacqui Hellings
Nigel is very good at his job. He looked after me and my mother so well. 10/10. A*. Keep up the good work you do.Client of Nigel Isaac
My experience thus far with Pardoes has inspired confidence in the firm.Bridport Office
Excellent all round serviceClient to Pardoes
We were received with patience and kindness from our solicitor.Private client
Elderly & Vulnerable Client Affairs
Care Home & Nursing Home Fees
Whether you are moving into care or you are assisting a relative to move into care, Pardoes can help with the practicalities of the process. From discussions relating to funding to the care home contract itself, Pardoes are happy to advise on the numerous issues that can arise at an inevitably stressful time.
Giving away the family home
This is a common request and is a decision that should not be taken lightly! Here at Pardoes we will discuss your options and your reasons for giving away your home before any transfer is made.
Advance Directives or ‘Living Wills’
An advance decision (commonly known as a living will) allows you to state clearly what if any medical treatment you would wish to receive in certain circumstances. This can be very useful for medical professionals to use as guidance when looking at your treatment. An advance directive can be very important if you have strong views about your care and if you are worried how you would communicate this if you were unable to do so; e.g. you have had a stroke.
If you would like to arrange a meeting to discuss your circumstances, contact our team direct on 01823 446219 or freephone 0800 862 0442. Alternatively, complete our online enquiry form and we'll call you back as soon as possible.
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