October 28, 2014 | Posted by : J Morris
Time to make a will or update an existing one? There are three main areas to consider when putting together a will: who you would like to inherit your assets, the specifics of those assets, and any special instructions relating to individual bequests or the details of your funeral. Your solicitor will help you put together all the information you need to draw up your will. Use this guide to make sure you have everything you need before you visit your solicitor:
Beneficiaries, Heirs and Executors
Your solicitor will need to know ...
September 15, 2014 | Posted by : J Morris
Put it in your diary! Frances Lindsay & Co are hosting a Macmillan Coffee Morning on the 26th of September to raise money for people living with cancer. Come and join the world’s biggest coffee morning at Maidenhead’s favourite family lawyers from 10am - 3pm in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
A £5 donation will also get you 15 minutes of legal advice on a range of issues, including family law, property and conveyancing, wills and probate,
December 16, 2013 | Posted by : J Morris
According to the Alzheimer’s Society, managing the financial affairs of a family member with dementia is becoming increasingly complicated, and the charity has advised people to draw up lasting powers of attorney to ensure that the right decisions are made on their behalf if they are unable to do so in old age.
Lasting power of attorney provides reassurance for individuals and families in the event of dementia, mental decline, or physical injury leaving someone unable to communicate their financial and legal intentions. Often deemed ‘a living will’, lasting power of attorney enables you to appoint a representative to handle ...