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Preparing for your first meeting with us

12.12.18

If you are meeting a lawyer for the first time, it can be daunting and emotional, particularly if the meeting concerns important decisions, such as planning for the future and decision-making for your disabled child. We are there to guide you through the process, making it as easy as possible whilst addressing your worries and


Letters of Wishes

27.04.17

We regularly stress the importance of letters of wishes, to be thought of alongside Wills and/or Trusts, to the individuals and families who we work with. In this blog Clare Finn guides you through letters of wishes, what they are, why they are used and what they should cover: What are they? They are separate


What makes a good Trustee?

30.11.16

By Katherine Miller A Trust is a way of managing assets, for example money, a house and/or investments, for other people. There are a number of reasons why a Trust is set up; a person may be too young to manage money which may be given to them or a person may be disabled and