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    Individuals in England and Wales will be able to have their Wills witnessed remotely until 31 January 2024, extending measures brought in during the pandemic (read original update here) to assist those who are unable to have their Wills witnessed in person due to factors such as isolating, shielding or from other vulnerabilities. Video technology, […]
    A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document by which you (the donor), give another person (the attorney) of your choice the ability to make decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated for any reason, or whilst you have capacity but you are unable to deal with your assets yourself – and […]
    A Newcastle solicitor has taken over as chair of the North East arm of the UK’s leading trade body for tax professionals. Alice Clewes is now responsible for leading the regional work of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), a national organisation which aims to promote education for taxation professionals and achieve a more efficient […]
    When preparing articles for our website, we often provide brief updates on recent case law and changes in legislation. Both the academic and practical application of the law is something our team enjoys and discusses, using it to provide solutions for individuals often in difficult situations. What we rarely do however, is discuss the wider […]
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