Helping elderly parents

You may have elderly parents who need assistance with their affairs or could be a parent who is thinking about handing over more responsibilities to your children. Discussions about future arrangements are often sensitive. We can help you with the arrangements and deal with any uncertainties.

Getting you organised
Our parents have always been there for us and it is natural to want the best for them. Be it helping with property matters, a deed of trust or tax planning , we will make sure that you are organised and feel confident that any monies are protected.

Setting you off on the right foot
Getting things right from the outset is critical, especially when sensitive matters are involved such as giving someone Power of Attorney over your financial and welfare interests. If you are buying property together then many purchases will involve some form of joint or shared ownership and often not simply 50/50. We will help ensure you make the right decision on how you protect everyone’s share of the investment.

Keeping things moving
We will use our experience to make sure that matters progress in a timely manner but not so fast as to overlook important issues for all parties concerned.

Explaining each step
Your named and dedicated lawyer will help you along the way by explaining everything that you need to know in straightforward, everyday language.

The bigger picture
Your main focus will, understandably, be on helping your parents. Our job is to think about the wider implications – for example, do you need to make or revise your will to reflect any decisions and changes you are about to make?

Call your local Boys & Maughan office or email us for more information.