Dementia Friendly Solicitors
Poole, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Broadstone and Wimborne
Our solicitors and other staff are officially accredited as Dementia Friendly so we can provide extra help for people with Alzheimer’s Disease or similar conditions.
Families who have relatives with dementia ask us to help them with powers of attorney, deputyships and Court of Protection applications.
We can also help you to apply for local authority funding for long term care. Other services include making a will, Inheritance Tax planning and setting up a charity or a trust.
Contact your nearest Coles Miller office for more help - our solicitors can visit you at home or in hospital.
What Is A Dementia Friendly Solicitor?
Solicitors who are accredited as Dementia Friendly have undergone special training by the Alzheimer’s Society.
This training gives us a greater understanding on how dementia affects people, how they think, how it affects their ability to take decisions and communicate - and what can be done to help them.
Dementia is not an inevitable or natural part of ageing. It is a form of brain disease.
But it is possible to live with dementia - and this is where we can help. Our specialist solicitors can suggest ways to make life easier for people with dementia.
We are experts in this area of the law - but more than that, we are friendly, sympathetic and patient. We won’t baffle you with legal jargon.
Your Local Dementia Friendly Solicitors
Coles Miller is proud to support the Dementia Action Alliance (DAA). Our solicitors are members of local action groups and other organisations.
- Head of the Probate Department Stuart Bradford (Partner) is a member of the Southbourne Dementia Friendly Community (which also includes Bournemouth Careline & Telecare, Help & Care and the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi).
- Partner Anthony Weber is a member of Poole Dementia Action Group which includes the Borough of Poole, Care South and Pramacare, Poole.
Dementia Friendly solicitors at Coles Miller also include Ricky Langlois (Poole), Jenny Oxley (Broadstone) and probate executive Emma Stagg (Poole).
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