Jeremy Brooks becomes a fully accredited member of the Association of Lifetime Lawyers

Jeremy Brooks - Association of Lifetime Lawyers

Congratulations to Jeremy Brooks, Solicitor in the Grant Saw Private Client department, who has become a fully accredited member of the Association of Lifetime Lawyers (previously known as Solicitors for the Elderly).

Jeremy has been recognised for his expertise in providing legal support for vulnerable clients, their families, and carers. To achieve fully accredited status, Jeremy was required to undertake an assessment and demonstrate an understanding of the specific needs and considerations when safeguarding and protecting the interests of vulnerable and elderly clients. Accredited Lifetime Lawyers are required to continue to update their knowledge, undertake training and provide an annual statement of competence to ensure they maintain their expertise.

Lifetime Lawyers are the gold standard in relation to supporting vulnerable and elderly people with legal advice. They help to deliver the best outcomes for clients of all ages who are facing important life decisions, including those with complex needs who may need extra support.

To become an accredited member, solicitors must showcase legal expertise, undertake training to qualify for the Lifetime Law in Practice Award, communicate with clients in clear, straightforward language and follow a strict code of conduct.

Kalpa Prajapati, Partner and Head of Private Client at Grant Saw, said “I am thrilled that Jeremy has been accredited as a full member of the Association of Lifetime Lawyers. Jeremy has worked hard to gain this accreditation and joins Charlotte Warren and Tatiana Zenina as fully accredited members. The department prides itself on Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and building an excellent rapport with each of our clients as we strive to differentiate ourselves as the trusted Private Client lawyers in London and the South East. Congratulations, Jeremy”.

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