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Welcome to our Court of Protection blog featuring updates, guidance and news from the Wrigleys team.

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Lynne Bradey Court of Protection specialist based in Sheffield wiht knowledge of HMRC grant for vulnerable people
December 18, 2018 - Case Update

You might be surprised to find that the answer is yes. The case This case (Case Reference [2018] EWCOP 35) involves an elderly gentleman known as KJ who suffers from dementia.  There were concerns about the behaviour of two men, one named Shaun Hill.  It appears from the Judgement that KJ was Shaun Hill’s father. […]


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May 5, 2016 - News

A new study has shown that there was a 20% drop in incidence in the incidence of dementia in the study group, driven by a reduction in men across all ages above 65. Austin Thornton of Wrigleys’ Health & Care team comments here


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August 14, 2015 - News

The Dementia Action Alliance brings together organisations committed to transforming the lives of people with dementia and their carers. Organisations whether large or small and across all industries are encouraged to get involved. Wrigleys solicitor Charlotte Dyson lead the activities at Wrigleys that are organised to help raise awareness of dementia in England with the overall aim of […]


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06 Dec 2019

The Brexit Party Manifesto 2019

The Brexit Party's Manifesto includes only two pledges in relation to tax.

05 Dec 2019

The Green Party Manifesto 2019

We look here at the Green Party's key tax pledges in their proposal for a 'Green New Deal'.

04 Dec 2019

The Liberal Democrat Party Manifesto 2019

Like all of the three main parties' manifestos, the treatment of capital taxation in the Liberal Democrats' manifesto is limited. What can we glean?