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Your guide to Lasting Power of Attorneys

Posted on August 8, 2019

How many decisions did you make today? Did you choose what you wore, ate, where you slept, how much you spent, who you spoke with and where you went? Perhaps without realising it, you make hundreds of decisions – big and small – every day. Some decisions feel onerous and we labour over them, while others we reflexively quip exactly what it is we want.

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Posted on August 2, 2019


The term, Lasting Power of Attorney, or LPA, is one that you will have heard about or read about in the paper. What does it actually mean? In short, it allows one adult to appoint another adult to look after their financial affairs or their health, if they lose their ability to make their own decisions. We tend to think it is something for older people to worry about, certainly not for the younger generation.

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How to find missing beneficiaries

Posted on August 15, 2019

Anyone familiar with BBC One’s Heir Hunters programme will know about the otherwise relatively unknown and niche industry of probate genealogy research. When someone passes away, they leave behind an estate; it’s necessary to distribute that estate to the rightful heirs, known as beneficiaries. As the programme highlights, it’s not always easy to identify who should benefit from the estate or, if the beneficiary is known, to locate their whereabouts.

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5 steps to navigate summer holidays when you’re divorced

Posted on June 26, 2019

You may have only just finished getting rid of those last, stubborn granules of sand that pocketed themselves from your last summer holiday (where do they keep coming from?), but that time of the year is nearly upon us again. Just a few more weeks and school will be out, which can be terribly exciting for kids, but can be enough to make parents order double-shot espressos – when they don’t even drink coffee. And, if you’re divorced, the summer holidays can be enough to tip you into caffeine-addiction territory.

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Maternity and paternity rights at work for same-sex couples

Posted on June 20, 2019

Pride celebrations are taking place across the UK during June and July, marking 50 years since the Stonewall Riots took place in New York on 28 June 1969. These riots served as a momentous catalyst for the gay rights movement globally. The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT+) community joined forces with those supportive of the movement in the cisgender community to combat unfair and discriminatory laws, which prevented the queer community from socialising and expressing themselves without worry or fear of reprimand.

Amongst the areas of change stemming from years of activism in this area are the maternity and paternity rights of same-sex couples. Choosing to start your own family should be a time of excitement as you embark on this new chapter together. To help make this time of your life as smooth as it can be (we can’t promise we’ll help with the night-time feeds or nappy changes!), we outline what your rights are.

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