Lasting Powers of Attorney A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) enables you to appoint up to four people , called ‘attorneys’ to oversee decisions regarding either your financial affairs or your health and welfare. LPA’s are a way to plan for the future if you become mentally or physically unable to manage your own affairs.(…)
Why should I make a Will? Primarily, a Will ensures your estate passes to who you want. Prepare a Will might not be as time-consuming or as daunting as you might initially expect. A Will makes it much easier for your family and friends to deal with your estate when you pass away. It can(…)
The long awaited decision of the Supreme Court in the case of Mrs Owen has now been announced and her Appeal has been dismissed, meaning she must for the time being remain married. Mrs Owen commenced divorce proceedings against her husband on the fact of his behavior. The husband defended successfully and, Mrs Owen’s appealed(…)
As Solicitors, we don’t like meeting clients who’ve been misled by Will Writing companies. We see it far too often when clients believe their Wills have been drafted in accordance with their wishes, but upon reviewing their Wills or after their death, it is discovered that this is not the case. So, what is wrong(…)
Mr B was on the first day of a new building site contract when he stepped onto a manhole cover which was not secure and his leg went down the hole causing an injury to his leg. As experts in dealing with claims that happen within the workplace we were able to identify the rules(…)
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