Solicitors for the Elderly

Bridget Holness is a member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE)

Elderly woman's portrait. Isolated on white backgroundSolicitors for the Elderly (SFE) is an independent, national organisation of lawyers, such as solicitors, barristers, and legal executives who provide specialist legal advice for older and vulnerable people, their families and carers.

Find out how Solicitors for the Elderly can help you please click here.

To qualify I have spent a substantial amount of time working for older and vulnerable clients, have had to pass an exam. I must fulfil the SFE criteria for membership and follow their Code of Practice at all times.

There is a wealth of information available through SFE on the areas in which I practice and here are some factsheets on topics which may be of interest to you.sfe-logo

The following information is produced by Solicitors for the Elderly. (Please note that the advice contained in the factsheets has been prepared by SFE to provide you with basic information and is not to be treated as a substitute for getting full and specific advice from a specialist lawyer).

  1. Long term care
  2. Advance medical decisions
  3. Giving away your home
  4. Who cares who pays – funding of long term care
  5. Acting as Certificate Provider
  6. Putting your affairs in order
  7. Lasting Powers of Attorney

Please click below to watch a video made by Solicitors for the Elderly about Lasting Powers of Attorney.