A simple guide to understanding Wills written by Helen Algar.
A simple guide to understanding Lasting Powers of Attorney written by Helen Algar.
We take a look at some common misconceptions and what the true position is.
Having a Will in place gives most people great peace of mind, but it is important to review the document from time to time to ensure that it still reflects your wishes.
When to update a LPA
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a document that gives legal authority to someone to deal with your affairs on your behalf, should you ever be unable to do this yourself. This article explains circumstances whereby it may need to be reviewed.
A Lasting Power of Attorney is an important document giving someone the authority to deal with your affairs, should you ever become unable to do so yourself.
A summary of the consultation relating to the Lasting Powers of Attorney system.
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The benefits of making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA).
Personal chattels are possessions such as furniture, the contents of your home and cars.
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