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Statutory Wills

Posted on 27th June 2022 in Probate & Wills

A marriage can be held to be voidable under the Nullity of Marriage Act 1971 where a person enters into a marriage without the mental capacity to do so.

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Sue Halfyard

Senior Associate and Chartered Legal Executive
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What happens if you do not make a Power of Attorney?

Posted on 16th June 2022 in Probate & Wills

Are you thinking about appointing someone to help with your affairs, either now or in later life? Are you worried about what might happen if you are no longer able to deal with things yourself? It may be a relief to know that there are options available, if you do lose the capacity to manage your affairs yourself or simply feel that you need a helping hand.

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Emma Ruttley

Solicitor
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