December 2017 | Curtis Parkinson

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Coronavirus – COVID-19: Whilst our offices remain closed, all our staff are working and our telephones are fully operational. We’re also offering meetings via video for advice on Wills, Lasting Power of Attorney or Probate and 'Drive In' appointments for Notorial services. As ever, please contact us if you have any queries. More >>

Court Deputy - Attorney - Difference

What is the difference between a Deputy and an Attorney?

A Lasting Power of Attorney and Court of Protection Deputy are individuals who have been legally appointed to deal with the affairs of a person who lacks mental capacity. An Attorney and a Court Deputy can both make decisions about financial or health matters on a person’s behalf. However, whilst their responsibilities are similar, the…

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Electronic Wills – Fantasy Or Reality?

Protecting our privacy in the digital age has never been more important. However, electronic wills may soon become a reality. An estimated 40% of adults in the UK still don’t have wills. Nevertheless, most of us recognise that it’s something we should really do. One of the main reasons for not making a will is…

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