How Do I Make an LPA?

How Do I Make an LPA?

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is an important legal document that enables you to appoint a trusted person, or people (‘attorneys’), to make decisions about certain aspects of your life should there come a time when you are unable to make those decisions for...
Protecting your Assets with Trusts

Protecting your Assets with Trusts

Trusts are a way of managing and protecting wealth for you, your loved ones, or your business needs. The primary purpose of a trust is to allow one party to hold various assets, such as money, land, investments, or property, for the benefit of another individual or...
Wills Disputes and How to Avoid Them 

Wills Disputes and How to Avoid Them 

There has been a recent surge in inheritance disputes, with the Guardian reporting in March that as many as 10,000 people in England and Wales are now disputing Wills every year.  Most contentious probate cases are settled out of court. However, the number of...
Can Someone with Dementia Make a Will? 

Can Someone with Dementia Make a Will? 

Research shows that there are currently around 944,000 people living with dementia in the UK.  With an ageing population fuelling a rise in dementia diagnoses, that number is expected to grow to over 1 million by 2025, and predicted to reach around 1.6 million by...