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Wills and inheritance: how changes to the intestacy rules affect you The laws dividing your assets if you don’t have a will change radically on

David Lewitt September 29, 2014

The government has at last published its plans for care funding more than 18 months after the Dilnot commission's report. As widely reported, these plans include a

David Lewitt July 21, 2014

We all know that we should write a will, but too few of us know we should also consider something called lasting power of attorney.

David Lewitt February 19, 2014

The important point to remember is that this could not have happened if the mother had put in place a Lasting Power of Attorney Health

David Lewitt November 15, 2013

Anyone applying for a lasting power of attorney (LPA) to choose someone they trust to make decisions for them if they lose mental capacity will

David Lewitt September 3, 2013

Ministers are hailing their changes to social care as the solution to the long-standing problem of how to care for the elderly. The introduction of

David Lewitt September 3, 2013

PENSIONER groups yesterday voiced anger at Government plans for funding old age care, claiming it was a “con” and “tinkering at the edges” of the

David Lewitt September 3, 2013

Neil Barker has no memories of the 35 days following a horrific motor bike crash which left him with brain injuries and needing his eye

David Lewitt September 3, 2013

A court set up to look after the financial interests of people suffering from mental incapacity sparked 3,000 complaints over the past two years, it

David Lewitt September 3, 2013

A secret court is seizing the assets of thousands of elderly and mentally impaired people and turning control of their lives over to the State

David Lewitt September 3, 2013
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