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“I never want to go into a care home!” If you lose mental capacity, who would you trust to make decisions for you as to your care, welfare & finances?
If a friend or relative has been given a diagnosis of dementia it may still be possible to obtain a power of attorney for them if they have mental capacity.
A new test for Alzheimer’s disease has been developed by Cytox. The procedure is quick, reliable and straightforward and cheaper than current solutions.
Welcome to Part Two of our short series about what makes April King Legal different to the other firms out there!
One of the top questions that clients tend to have is “what makes this firm different from the other firms on my doorstep?”. Here we answer that question for you.
August 2011 was one of the proudest moments of my legal career, it was the day I was called to the Bar. But a career at the bar was not something that I had ever considered.
Find out what a Lasting Power of Attorney is, what restrictions you can put in place when making one, and why everyone aged 18 or over should have one – plus get answers to frequently asked questions.
The process of getting a divorce after separation and the various considerations you need to make, such as obtaining a ‘Consent Order’.
If you have mental capacity you can make a Lasting Power of Attorney. If you have lost mental capacity, a Deputyship Order must be obtained from the COP.