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Mental Capacity is Task SpecificDecember 16, 2013

The law relating to mental capacity (the legal term for soundness of mind) does not stipulate that a person has to be ‘capable’ or ‘incapable’...

County Council Wrests Control of Dementia Sufferer’s EstateDecember 4, 2013

When a person loses their ability to function intellectually, dealing with their affairs can be extremely difficult unless there is a power of attorney in...

Intestacy Law Shake-Up Ahead as Bill Enters LordsNovember 19, 2013

Following an extensive consultation, the Government has introduced the Inheritance and Trustees’ Powers Bill into the House of Lords. The Bill aims to reform the laws...

Intestacy Law Shake-Up Ahead as Bill Enters LordsNovember 19, 2013

Following an extensive consultation, the Government has introduced the Inheritance and Trustees’ Powers Bill into the House of Lords. The Bill aims to reform the laws...

Heir Hunters Convicted of FraudNovember 7, 2013

When ‘heir hunters’ approached three family members with the unexpected news that they stood to inherit money from a person who died without leaving a...

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