Moores is one of the only firms in Australia that has a dedicated elder financial abuse and elder law practice.
We see many older clients in situations that impact negatively on their quality of life, financial security, financial relationships and dignity.
We assist clients to recover financial losses as a result of elder financial abuse, to plan ahead, protect their rights, provide strategic advice.
Jessica Latimer heads up the elder financial abuse team at Moores. Jessica is an accomplished dispute resolution lawyer who regularly presents on elder financial abuse and professional liability. Jessica Latimer took out the prize for Special Counsel of the Year (2020) in the Australian Law Awards.
Owen Hodge Lawyers provide expert legal services and our vision is to enhance the lives of our clients by providing for their legal requirements in the acquisition of wealth, protection and management of assets and the transfer of wealth throughout generations.
James is highly experienced in “Elder Law” that is, the law as it applies to older people and includes areas such as estate planning, guardianship and power of attorney matters and disputes, retirement and aged care living and deceased estates.
At CRH Law our Elder law services are all about helping and motivating you and your family to address and plan for the complex legal issues you may face in retirement and beyond. Brian is the head of our Elder Law section.
He is recognised as one of Australia’s leading experts in the areas of elder law, retirement, aged care, and he has extensive experience in life planning, including making Wills, estate administration, disputes, incapacity, guardianship, trusts and family companies.
Mitry Lawyers offer legal solutions and a commitment that clients are a top priority with services tailored to each situation.
Richard has worked at top-tier and boutique firms and was one of the co-founders of Mitry Lawyers in 2009.
Appearing regularly on Australian morning television news programs discussing current legal issues, and recently on Channel 9's "A Current Affair" discussing elder abuse, including financial and inheritance impatience.
Richard's expertise spans from defamation to commercial litigation, family law and more.