We specialise in working with families and carers of disabled and vulnerable people. Our team has built its excellent reputation on understanding the needs of parents and carers – all of whom are dealing with complex, often challenging lives, where it’s vital that they can understand their options.

What you might need

For families and carers of disabled and vulnerable individuals it’s especially important to consider how to provide for a relative if you are no longer there to care for them. We help you put in place legal support to protect your family members using Wills, Trusts, Lasting Power of Attorney and Court of Protection applications tailored specifically to your needs.

Our Services

Guide to Trusts for disabled
and vulnerable people

Flexibility and Understanding

We are widely recognised for our empathy, understanding and practical approach towards often sensitive situations. Offering fixed price legal advice and home appointments at a flexible time to suit you and your family, our service also includes access to complimentary professionals who we have identified as specialists in their field; including benefit specialists and financial advisors.

We can involve the disabled or vulnerable person in meetings and discussions if the families or carers feel this is appropriate and can act on their behalf if required.


Our team have unique relationships with various charities and support services across the South East and regularly speak at events across the region dedicated to the needs of parents and carers. At these events we provide advice and support to parents and carers, outlining their options when planning for the future for disabled individuals.

We are proud to be the trusted legal partners to Mencap, the National Autistic Society (NAS) and Sense.

Guide to
Decision making

Our team

Planning for the Future of a Disabled Child

Watch this Mencap video of a family to help explain about planning for the future.