Solicitors for the Elderly becomes The Association of Lifetime Lawyers

The organisation known as Solicitors for the Elderly has been renamed as The Association of Lifetime Lawyers.

Originally formed as Solicitors for the Elderly in 1996, The Association of Lifetime Lawyers aims to make sure that when people are vulnerable, they have access to a legal professional with the skills and experience to help.

Today the organisation comprises over 1,500 members from across the UK. Becoming a Lifetime Lawyer is a selective process – only fully qualified, regulated and insured solicitors, barristers or chartered legal executives who spend at least half their time working with vulnerable and older clients are accepted.

To find out more about Lifetime Lawyers, visit

At Barker Gotelee, private client lawyer, Angela Ireland is registered as a member of The Association of Lifetime Lawyers.  Angela can advise on all matters relating to Wills, estate planning, Lasting Powers of Attorney, care fees and administration of estates and trusts. For more information, contact us.