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Hawley and Rodgers

Founded in 1939

Solicitors for the Elderly

Helping clients for over 75 years

Here for the elderly,
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Loughborough
Office

Address:
19/23 Granby Street
Loughborough
LE11 3DY
T:
01509 230 333
F: 01509 239 390
E: l.office@hawleyandrodgers.com

Nottingham
Office

Address:
Albion House, 5-13 Canal Street
Nottingham
NG1 7EH
T: 0115 955 9000
F: 0115 955 9001
E: n.office@hawleyandrodgers.com

Hawley & Rodgers
Bingham Office

Address:
1 Fisher Lane
Bingham
Nottingham
NG13 8BQ
T: 01949 836 879
E: bingham@hawleyandrodgers.com

Long Eaton
Office

Address:
Hawley & Rodgers Inc., Thomas Solicitors
42-44 Market Place,
Long Eaton,
Nottingham,
NG10 1LT
T: 0115 946 1061
F: 0115 972 1314
E: longeaton@hawleyandrodgers.com

Stapleford
Office

Address:
Hawley & Rodgers Inc., Thomas Solicitors
24 Derby Road
Stapleford
Nottingham
NG9 7AA
T: 0115 939 0864
F: 0115 837 8161
E: stapleford@hawleyandrodgers.com

 

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Expert and understanding legal advice for the elderly

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Senior citizens are well looked after at Hawley & Rodgers. We offer specialist legal advice for the elderly.
 

Our team are recognised by Solicitors for the Elderly so we are in a great position to assist with a number of issues, including planning to minimise exposure for inheritance tax, managing assets in trusts and helping with administration.
 

We’ll let you know in plain English what all the documents mean and what needs to be done.

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Assistance with lasting power of attorney and more

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Advice and assistance is also available if you need to make a lasting power of attorney or apply for a deputyship order in the Court of Protection.


Lasting powers of attorney are extremely useful. It enables a trusted person such as a friend or relative of your choosing to make important decisions about you. Depending upon the type of lasting power of attorney you make, your attorney can take over your finances or make decisions about your health and welfare if you become incapacitated through illness, accident or age.


It means that your property, assets and well-being will continue to be looked after as you would have wanted. Contact us to find out how we can help.