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    The Importance of a Power of Attorney

    Making decisions for ourselves is something we all take for granted, but what happens if you lose capacity to look after your finances or welfare? This could happen to any of us suddenly and unexpectedly a result of an accident or of ill-health.It is also a sad fact that 1 in 3 of us will suffer from dementia.Whatever your age it is important to take time now to grant Power of Attorney in favour of someone you trust. Being prepared will give you and your family peace of mind.Many people think...

    Intestacy and Property Investors

    Are you a Buy-to-Let Investor?  Do you have a Will?  If you die without one, your property may not be distributed in the way you would have wanted , and it might cause real problems for your family. If you do not have a Will in Scotland, your estate is divided according to the rules of intestacy.Firstly, if there is a surviving spouse they get two itemsThe family home up to a value of £473,000 and contents up to £29,000Cash - £50,000 if there are surviving children, £89,000...

    The Consequences of Ineffective Wills

    A survey by the Solicitors Regulation Authority found that 1 in 4 Wills were defective or of poor quality.Whilst we appreciate it may be cheaper to avoid using a professional, a simple mistake can mean paying much more.Figures from the Co-operative Legal Services suggest poorly drafted or ineffective DIY Wills are to blame for pro-longing the time taken to tie-up a loved one’s estate for 38,000 families a year.Up to 10% of the value of an individual’s estate could be absorbed in legal fees...

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