The specialists at Teece Hodgson & Ward are well equipped to advise and assist with retirement and elder law matters.
Retirement and elder law can take into account a variety of factors, including:
- Health care and the possibly of serious illness or incapacity
- Accommodation issues
- Business succession planning
- Will preparation that takes into account complicated family structures (often following divorce and a subsequent marriage)
- Any guardianship or financial support plans (often using tax effective trusts) for young children
Living a busy life often makes it easy to think you don’t need to worry about these issues, but it’s wise to consider each of them carefully, with the help of an skilled and experienced solicitor.
Teece Hodgson & Ward have a strong team of solicitors who have a deep knowledge and understanding of retirement and elder law. This expertise makes us perfectly placed to advise you on these issues, whether preparing a will, a power of attorney, or advising on a business succession strategy.
We take the time to review your individual circumstances in detail and help you prepare an estate plan that meets your unique circumstances. Wherever appropriate, we’ll also work with your accountant and financial planner.
We have an extensive range of useful resources including the following fact sheets:
- Testamentary Trusts
- Appointment of Guardians by Will
- Power of Attorney
- Advance Care Directives
How we can help
Our team can provide you with expert information and reliable advice about retirement and elder law. Our recognised experts including Accredited Specialists are:
As recognised experts in estate litigation, our solicitors can also advise on the risks arising from poor estate planning, or lack of planning, and can help you minimise the risk of estate disputes between family members.