Everyone has the right to make a Will leaving their money and property to whomsoever they choose. But what happens where decisions about who gets what have been unfairly influenced by another person? Does the Will stand or can it be challenged by relatives who are convinced that it was made under duress?Read More
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As an executor, you are likely to need a Grant of Probate to enable you to carry out the deceased’s wishes as set out in his or her will. The grant is formal confirmation from the probate court that the executors are legally entitled to administer the estate. Where required, you must apply for the Grant of Probate before you can make headway with the estate administration and, officially, it should only take up to eight weeks for the grant (or Letters of Administration if there is no will) to be sent to you.Read More
A power of attorney grants one or more persons the authority to act on behalf of or represent another. A person can only give someone else this authority when they are of sound mind.
The number of over 65s needing 24-hour care will rise to over 13 million by 2035, according to a report published in The Lancet Public Health. Our population is aging. In 50 years’ time there will be more than 20 million people aged 65 plus. As we get older, we are more likely to suffer from disabilities and chronic health conditions so subsequently we need more health and personal care. That’s why it is important to plan ways to finance any future care fees as early as possible.Read More
When a person dies it’s natural to feel grief, longing and perhaps confusion as you remember your time together and all the cherished memories. Quite often, though, loved ones are also left feeling overwhelmed from having to navigate all the practical, legal and administrative obligations that come with dealing with a person’s death.
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