Twohill Elder Law Solicitors
We provide assistance for a range of matters relating to Elder Law
Our range of elder law services
Elder abuse is unfortunately becoming increasingly common. It is a contentious area of law and people are often shy to step forward and ask for advice. If you have any concerns about your personal or financial affairs as a person over the age of 50, particularly if you are feeling threatened or pressured into helping loved ones, please feel free to contact us for a private and confidential consultation.
As we age, it becomes increasingly important to arrange a Will, Enduring Power of Attorney (“EPOA”) & Advanced Health Directive (“ADH”). We provide assistance for a range of matters relating to Wills, EPOA and ADH. Contact us today!
Capacity is a matter which will affect most people in their lifetime. As we age, our memories and understanding of complex decisions begins to wane. Capacity is the number one issue when dealing with Elder law clients. You do not want your loved ones to be referred to a Court room unnecessarily. Contact us today.
If you have been married in your lifetime, divorced, re-partnered, had children with different spouses, have an estranged child, sibling, parent or other relative, you may want to consider reviewing your Will. If you would like to receive further advice in relation to your estate planning and administration, please contact us today.
By the time you or your loved one is considering an aged care centre or nursing home, they are quite vulnerable to oppressive Contracts with inequitable terms. The Government acknowledges that elderly people may need more protection in society. Call us today for a Contract review and advice.
Elder people, especially those experiencing Domestic Violence, deserve appropriate care, respect and to live their retirement with a sense of dignity. If you have concern for a loved one or believe you may be experiencing domestic violence of any kind, please enquire within or call for help.
Have you given your son or daughter money to help them get into the property market? Have you gone guarantor on a loan for a loved one? Is anyone asking you for money to help with their business pursuits? Secure your investment and substantiate the agreement in writing before it’s too late. Contact us today!
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