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Estate Planning

We have prepared a series of videos to provide hints, tips and guidance on the following subjects:

  1. Lasting Powers of Attorney
  2. Probate
  3. Disability Trusts - Why trusts for disabled children are important

To select a title from a Series of videos, click the Playlist drop down menu in the top left hand corner of the You Tube screen.

We have prepared a series of videos to provide hints, tips and guidance on the following subjects:

  1. Lasting Powers of Attorney
  2. Probate
  3. Disability Trusts - Why trusts for disabled children are important

To select a title from a Series of videos, click the Playlist drop down menu in the top left hand corner of the You Tube screen.

We have prepared a series of videos to provide hints, tips and guidance on the following subjects:

  1. Lasting Powers of Attorney
  2. Probate
  3. Disability Trusts - Why trusts for disabled children are important

To select a title from a Series of videos, click the Playlist drop down menu in the top left hand corner of the You Tube screen.

We have prepared a series of videos to explain Personal Injury Trusts, through this series we will be answering the questions:

  1. What exactly is a Personal Injury Trust and why have one?
  2. Why are there so many names for Trusts?
  3. What sort of Trust should I use?
  4. What are Trustees and what do they do?
  5. What if I don't want a Trust?

Throughout this week another video will be added each day.

We have prepared a series of videos to explain Personal Injury Trusts, through this series we will be answering the questions:

  1. What exactly is a Personal Injury Trust and why have one?
  2. Why are there so many names for Trusts?
  3. What sort of Trust should I use?
  4. What are Trustees and what do they do?
  5. What if I don't want a Trust?

Throughout this week another video will be added each day.

We have prepared a series of videos to explain Personal Injury Trusts, through this series we will be answering the questions:

  1. What exactly is a Personal Injury Trust and why have one?
  2. Why are there so many names for Trusts?
  3. What sort of Trust should I use?
  4. What are Trustees and what do they do?
  5. What if I don't want a Trust?

Throughout this week another video will be added each day.

We have prepared a series of videos to explain Personal Injury Trusts, through this series we will be answering the questions:

  1. What exactly is a Personal Injury Trust and why have one?
  2. Why are there so many names for Trusts?
  3. What sort of Trust should I use?
  4. What are Trustees and what do they do?
  5. What if I don't want a Trust?

Throughout this week another video will be added each day.

We have prepared a series of videos to explain Personal Injury Trusts, through this series we will be answering the questions:

  1. What exactly is a Personal Injury Trust and why have one?
  2. Why are there so many names for Trusts?
  3. What sort of Trust should I use?
  4. What are Trustees and what do they do?
  5. What if I don't want a Trust?

Throughout this week another video will be added each day.

30 Mar 2020

Question of the month: how should we adapt company policies in the face of coronavirus?

Employers need to consider how they will adapt to make sure policies and procedures are applied appropriately during the current circumstances.

27 Mar 2020

Government publishes more details of Job Retention Scheme for furloughed workers

Scheme is open to all employers but those receiving continuing public funding to cover wage costs are not expected to use the scheme.

20 Mar 2020

Coronavirus and school closures – what's the position for special schools?

We look here at the precise terms of the Government announcement and the options open to special schools.