Publications

A guide to this important feature of estate-planning and how to benefit from it.

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Choosing who to appoint as attorney is the most important part in the process of making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). Your attorney will be the person making decisions about your property and financial affairs and/or health and welfare should you become incapacitated. Acting as an attorney is an important role. You should choose someone you trust and can rely on to make decisions that are in your best interest.

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Anyone who owns a digital device or has an online account should have a plan for dealing with that asset, whatever their age.

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18 11 2010

Weddings and wills

 

In all the excitement surrounding a marriage or civil partnership ceremony, one of the few issues that is often forgotten is that a will is automatically revoked when someone marries, which means that it is no longer valid.

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If you are approaching or already in retirement and have found that your pensions, savings or shares are not worth as much as you had anticipated, then you may have considered whether an equity release plan could help.

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Naturally your first consideration in making a will is to take care of your family and friends.

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You have been asked to be someone’s executor, what does this mean?

When someone dies, the executor’s job is to deal with the administration of that person’s estate, including ensuring that the terms of the will are carried out.

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