December 2017 | Curtis Parkinson
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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