Making a Will can be a difficult task at the best of times. It can be made even more complicated when you have to provide for a disabled child.
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If you are appointed as someone’s Attorney, then you have been entrusted with a lot of responsibility. Here is an overview of what the role means.
Dementia affects many people in the UK. It’s therefore very important to show understanding and support for people suffering from it.
In the future, you may be unable to plan for your own affairs. In this case, it is necessary to appoint a Lasting Power of Attorney.
Understanding how injunctions work alongside mental health issues can be difficult. Let Simply.Law find you the straightforward, solid advice you need.
This guide looks at what an Advanced Decision or a Health and Welfare Attorney’s decision means for health and care professionals.
Deputyship, Court of Protection,
If the Court of Protection appoints someone as a Deputy, then that person has a lot of responsibility. Here is a breakdown of the role.
Care home fees can be the source of a lot of confusion, requiring a lot of careful planning. This guide aims to provide clear information on the subject.
A Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows someone (known as the Donor) to choose someone they trust…