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Power of Attorney FAQs

If you become unable to make your own decisions, you will want a person you trust to handle your medical, financial and legal affairs. For this to happen, you need a Power of Attorney. 

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Why You Should Never Use a DIY Will

Using a DIY Will can cause you and your loved ones serious problems. Your Will is one of the most important legal documents you will ever draft. Working with an experienced solicitor is the only way to ensure that everything is in order.

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Acting as an attorney: What you need to know

Becoming an attorney for a loved one can be both stressful and emotional. What powers you have will depend on the type Power of Attorney  you have been granted and the specific circumstances. In this guide, we cover:

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The importance of knowing your redundancy rights during COVID-19

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, redundancy rates in the UK have skyrocketed, with the Office for National Statistics documenting a record high towards the end of 2020. In the current climate, it is more crucial than ever to understand your redundancy rights and make sure that you are being treated fairly. In this article, we explain what you are entitled to from your employer.

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Employment law and COVID-19 – where are we now in winter 2020?

Restrictions have tightened up again in many parts of Scotland for the second wave of coronavirus; with much of the West under tier 4 restrictions. Undoubtedly, this is going to be a tough winter for many businesses and their employees. Knowing your rights and obligations during these unpredictable times is essential.

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