Elderly Client Advice

Elderly Client Advice

At Gotelee we build relationships for life. You may have relatives who can no longer take care of themselves, or you may simply wish to plan ahead.

Our lawyers are considerate and worldly wise when advising mature and discerning clients at any stage of their lives. We value all our clients and wish to ensure they have all the support they and their family need.

We work hard to make sure both our service and offices are tailored to those who may have mobility problems. We are happy to visit clients at home, hospital or at their residential home. Our offices in Ipswich, Hadleigh, Melton, Woodbridge and Felixstowe all have ground floor meeting rooms, ramps and convenient parking.

We are at the end of the telephone or email for advice and to arrange an appointment.

Want to know more?

Related Pages

Blog Posts

Team Gotelee run Woodbridge 10K

22/05/2017

There were aching muscles and sore feet aplenty - but it was all worthwhile…

Read More
Upcoming Events

Brass on the Grass – Ipswich Hospital Band 2017

04/05/2017

Gotelee Solicitors are delighted to be supporting The Ipswich Hospital Band with their band…

Read More
News Posts

One care home resident is assaulted every day, figures reveal

26/05/2017

For those living in care homes, the final years of their lives should be…

Read More

Testimonials

"Clarity and speed. A refreshing absence of legal jargon and gobblodygook!"

- PS

"The down to earth manner of the solicitors."

- GN

"Not too formal - felt like a chat with a friend."

- JG

"As your entire service was excellent, it is not possible to single out anything special to mention."

- AH

"A big firm with a local touch!"

- RG

"Great service, never made things complicated!"

- JW

"Warm friendly service with clear responses to all my questions."

- BF

"Mr Rowland was sincere, approachable, understanding and professional throughout."

- GD

"Personal, prompt, caring and communication by email was excellent."

- Anonymous

"Feeling at ease knowing that they were putting my best interests first."

- Anonymous