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Lasting Powers of Attorney - Health & Welfare and Property & Financial Affairs  

Since these replaced Enduring Powers of Attorney we have noticed a greatly increased need for these documents.  It's not making too much of them to describe them as equally as important as Wills.

For more information on Lasting Powers of Attorney and Wills CONTACT US HERE  

 

For a independent financial view of 2014 so far see the Autumn Edition of this insightful newsletter reproduced here with kind permission of the author Peter Buxtorf

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The directors of the Midlands will-writing firm Willmakers of Distinction have been jailed for the theft of more than £400,000 from the estates of clients. Nicholas Butcher was jailed for three and a half years and banned from acting as a director for...
The dangers of giving a power of attorney to the wrong person have yet again come into focus following the conviction of a Birmingham estate agent who had stolen more than £250,000 from an elderly couple. The couple, a woman aged 93 and her...
The Law Society is urging the nearly 70 per cent of the adult population who have not yet made a will to do so. There are many reasons why you should make a will. It is a mistake to think that it is only necessary if you have a substantial estate. Estate...
It is easy to keep putting off making a will. However, having a valid will is the only way to guarantee that your estate goes to who you want it to when you die. If a person dies having made a will, the distribution of their estate is normally...
When a house is bought or sold, the prospective purchaser makes what are called ‘pre-contract enquiries’ in order to establish the exact details of the property being bought. These are normally in the form of a standard set of questions with any...
If a person's estate does not fully utilise the nil-rate band for Inheritance Tax (IHT) purposes, the unused proportion of the nil-rate band can be used on the death of that person’s spouse or civil partner. This is termed the ‘transferable...
When an executor becomes responsible for administering the estate of a person who has died, he or she is required to gather in the assets of the deceased and to discharge from them any amounts owed by the deceased. A recent news item shows how important it...
 
 

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