What are the Consequences of not Having a Health and Welfare LPA in Place?
What are the Consequences of not Having a Health and Welfare LPA in Place?
A Health & Welfare LPA enables your attorneys to make decisions on your behalf. But what happens if there's no LPA in place?
New Year, New Start… Make a Will
New Year, New Start… Make a Will
Many of us have new years resolutions and things we want to achieve in the coming year, but have you added making a Will to your list?
Drafting Software for 2021 and beyond
Drafting Software for 2021 and beyond
The world of Will Writing moves pretty quickly and finding the right tools for the job can be confusing when there's so much choice.
Working During New National Restrictions (COVID-19)
Working During New National Restrictions (COVID-19)
As you will know by now the Government will be imposing new national restrictions in England beginning Thursday 5th November 2020.
Back to Basics – Bereaved Minor and Bereaved Young Person’s Trust
Back to Basics – Bereaved Minor and Bereaved Young Person’s Trust
We thought it would be useful to look at the bereaved minors and bereaved young person’s trusts which are both very common trusts.
Back to Basics – Disabled Persons Trust
Back to Basics – Disabled Persons Trust
In past articles, we have looked at the various types of will based trusts and this week we thought we would take a look at disabled persons trusts.
Back to Basics – Taking Instructions
Back to Basics – Taking Instructions
We thought it would be useful to really go back to the beginning and provide some pointers and advice when taking instructions from a client.
Paula Finch Returns to The College of Will Writing
Paula Finch Returns to The College of Will Writing
New courses designed to propel your business forward with guidance from award-winning business guru and entrepreneur Paula Finch.
Witnessing a Will
Witnessing a Will
For a Will to be valid there are certain requirements set out in Section 9 of the Wills Act 1837 which the document must comply with.

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