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Ollerton Wills, Trusts & Estates Lawyer Receives National Specialty Award

An Ollerton-based wills, trusts and estates solicitor has been recognized with a National Accredited Award for his expertise in supporting the elderly and vulnerable.

Charles Daysh of Jones & Co Solicitors received the Older Client Care in Practice (OCCP) award, which recognizes lawyers who provide expert legal care and support to elderly and vulnerable clients, their families and caregivers.

It also grants full membership to SFE (Solicitors for the Elderly), an independent national organization of professionals, such as attorneys, barristers and licensed legal executives, who are committed to providing legal advice of the highest quality in specialist areas, such as wills, powers of attorney and elder abuse.

Charles Daysh of Jones & Co Solicitors. (56828174)

To obtain the award, all applicants must undertake an assessment, to demonstrate an understanding of the specific needs and considerations required when safeguarding and protecting the interests of elderly clients.

Charles qualified as a barrister in 2015 after studying law at Lincoln University and completing the Legal Practice course at Nottingham Law School. He joined Jones and Co in 2011 and now specializes in wills, trusts, estates, enduring powers of attorney and protective court work.

Charles said: ‘It’s incredibly important that people have confidence in their advisors when making some of the most important decisions they and their families will ever have to make. I hope this award will reassure our clients that their interests are fundamental to the way we work and that their needs will always come first at Jones & Co Solicitors.

Lakshmi Turner, Chief Executive of SFE, said: “We recommend that people always use specialist legal advice when planning their future life, and SFE is the gold standard for lawyers and licensed lawyers advising on the law. elderly customers.

“The OCCP award ensures that lawyers provide the best advice to older people and their families, guiding them sensitively through the various legal proceedings.”