As we are a virtual law firm we accept instructions from across the whole of England and Wales. We mostly practice across London and the home counties.
Local authorities are required to conduct assessments, provide services and information to vulnerable adults. Mostly this process works well. If it does not a vulnerable adult may be exposed to risk or abuse. We can assist families to resolve these issues.
This can be making a Lasting Powers of Attorney or a Deputyship application, or setting up a Statutory Will if an incapacitated person doesn’t have a will.
Our relatives and friends do pass, managing afterwards is the probate process.
Wills and Trusts lets us manage our money and benefit our relatives.
Sometimes the best way to manage a situation is to consider
Most disputes can best be managed through mediation. It’s cheaper, often produces more effective results and does not take up so much time.
Craybeck Law offers a range of courses both in-house and to wider audiences. Craig Ward, Baron of Lundie MSc one of our solicitor is a regular speaker at conferences around the world on a range of subjects; elderly care law, mental capacity, the Court of Protection and business law. We can offer in house training on these and associated areas of law to suit most budgets.