Health and welfare power of attorney

A health and welfare lasting power of attorney is a legal document which allows you to appoint people you trust to make decisions about health treatments and personal care for you if you lose the mental capacity to make such decisions for yourself. Karen Starkey, of KWW Solicitors, explains how this document gives your attorney […]

Will disputes: How they happen and what we do

The number of Wills being contested by the children of a deceased parent is going up. We see two main reasons for this: the increasing number of second marriages, and children of the first marriage being excluded from the Will; and the rise in the number of parents making a Will when they do not […]