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Review regularly – keeping essential documents up to date

30.03.20

At the time of writing, the Covid-19 pandemic is causing enormous amounts of uncertainty both socially and economically. Whilst everyone is, quite rightly, concerned with keeping safe and healthy (and many navigating tricky financial waters), there are some simple things people might like to think about during this time. Keeping certain legal documents like Wills


Digital Assets

26.11.19

As we move to a more tech-focused society, the majority of people will have a number of digital assets that will need to be taken into consideration when they die. In terms of the law, this is still a developing area that has not been updated in line with the rapid growth of our digital


What is a Personal Injury Trust?

19.02.19

By Katherine Miller A trust is an arrangement where assets are transferred to a small group of people for them to hold for the benefit of others. A personal injury trust is any trust that holds money or assets that came from an award of damages or compensation for any personal injury. This can include


What is Deprivation of Liberty?

18.12.17

In our previous blog, we discussed the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) and the issue of decision making on behalf of someone who may lack mental capacity to make decisions for themselves. Some of the biggest decisions that need to be made concern where a person lives, how they are cared for and any treatment