Where to go for legal advice
Our National Dementia Helpline advisers can’t offer you professional legal advice. But they can tell you about organisations that may be able to.
Organisations that may be able to provide legal advice include:
Some of these organisations charge for their services. We let you know about them because we believe they understand what people with dementia and their families need and can provide an appropriate legal service. Alzheimer's Society doesn’t get a fee for passing on their details.
Please note, by telling you about these organisations, we’re not recommending them. We can’t guarantee the quality of service an individual solicitor or lawyer will give. Other organisations, solicitors and law firms may also provide a high quality service. You can find a local solicitor on The Law Society website.
Find out if there's an Alzheimer's Society Advocacy service near you to get support making your voice heard, by searching on our Dementia Connect service.