Whatever shape it takes, Elder Abuse is deplorable. Survivors and those living with Elder Abuse deserve the very best legal representation, from experts in their field.

Elder Abuse can take many forms. Physical, psychological, emotional, sexual or financial. The legal help you choose should understand every aspect completely. Ask Antunes first.   

 In general terms, Elder Abuse is a single or repeated act, or lack of appropriate action, occurring within any relationship where there is an expectation of trust, which causes harm or distress to an older person. And it can include intentional or unintentional neglect.

No elderly person should live with abuse or lack of support. Ensuring those affected by Elder Abuse receive the expert legal help they deserve is a priority at Antunes Lawyers, and we see it as a personal mission make sure no-one is left wondering about what care is being given where.

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With Antunes, your Elder Abuse matter is in safe, understanding hands. 

Elder Abuse occurs in every corner of society, a lot, yet it receives nowhere near enough mainstream attention or combative action. In fact, in many areas of people’s private lives certain forms are overlooked, especially those more indirect or unintentional actions.

Whether it’s physical, psychological or financial abuse that has been witnessed or is clear to see, or one of the less visible, less obvious methods of abuse like the misuse of power of attorney behind the scenes, Antunes expert Elder Abuse lawyers look after you like you’re our own.

Expertise across every aspect of Elder Abuse, at your service.        

  • Physical Abuse
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Psychological Abuse
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Financial Abuse
  • Indirect & Unintentional
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