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Coronavirus & Wills

Posted in Wills & Probate on 3rd Apr 2020
According to recent studies the demand in the UK for people wanting Solicitors to urgently prepare their Wills has jumped significantly due to the coronavirus pandemic. With high demand and a sense of urgency, can come the risk of inaccuracies. This is why it is vital to have your Will made by experienced professionals. A Will is an important legal document, which enables you to decide what happens to your money, property and other assets after you pass away. If you have children it can be used to appoint legal guardians to be responsible for them...

The Importance of Health & Welfare LPAs

Posted in Wills & Probate on 27th Jan 2020
There is a widespread misconception held by many people that your next of kin can make important decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated. The Office of Public Guardian has recently posted that: 72% of people think a next of kin can automatically make medical decisions on their behalf if needed to. This is not true. In order to be able to make these decisions a Health and Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) needs to be put in place and registered. The Health & Welfare LPA once registered appoints attorneys chosen by you who can...
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