Category: Probate & Power of Attorney

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25th March 2020 | Probate & Power of Attorney

How do I apply for Probate?

If you have been appointed as the Executor of a Will made by someone who has just died, you will probably have to apply for Probate.

06th December 2019 | Probate & Power of Attorney, Wills

A day in the life of a Wills, Probate and Power of Attorney Lawyer

Sarah Crook shares with us, her day, in the life as Head of Wills, Probate and Lasting Power of Attorney at Osborne Morris & Morgan.

03rd December 2019 | Probate & Power of Attorney

Why you are never too young to arrange your Lasting Power of Attorney

Why it is never too early to arrange your Lasting Power of Attorney and many people do not know this.

26th October 2019 | Probate & Power of Attorney

Is there a time limit to apply for Probate?

One of the questions that we are asked is whether there is a time limit if you are applying for Probate for someone’s Will following their death.

13th August 2019 | Probate & Power of Attorney, Wills

Deeds of Variation: How to change a Will after a death

If you are a beneficiary of a Will left by someone who has now died, you have the right to draw up a legal document called Deed of Variation (DOV) to redirect your inheritance.

13th August 2019 | Probate & Power of Attorney

When Probate is needed

Probate is a crucial stage in activating a Will after the person who made it has died, but it is not always required. So, when exactly is Probate needed, and when is it not necessary? Find out more in our latest article.

Peace of mind with our Will & Lasting Power of Attorney Packages

We are offering discounted packages on Wills and Lasting Power of Attorney prepared at the same time – enabling you to get your affairs in order, provide for your loved ones, and save money.

05th June 2019 | Probate & Power of Attorney

The pitfalls of not having a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)

There are situations in which you need to be sure your finances, property and health and welfare are being cared for. So, what is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

02nd April 2019 | Probate & Power of Attorney

Is it time for a Lasting Power of Attorney?

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney? And when is the best time to arrange it? How to prepare should you ever lose mental capacity and make meaningful decisions.

Court of Protection: Who can be a Deputy?

If someone you know and care about no longer has capacity to make certain decisions on their own and you want to help them, there are steps you can take to support them in managing their affairs. Even after a...

24th October 2018 | Probate & Power of Attorney

The 5 most common mistakes people make when arranging their Lasting Power of Attorney

Setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is one of the most important provisions you can make for your future, on a par with making your Will. It ensures that, if you become unable to make decisions about your...

Court of Protection: How to make an application for Deputyship

When a family member or a friend loses mental capacity, the most ideal arrangement is to already have a Lasting Power of Attorney (‘LPA’) in place. This is put in place by a person concerned while they still have capacity....

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