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What will happen to my business after I die?

Posted on 20th May 2020 in Later Life Planning

If you run your company by yourself, perhaps as a sole director and shareholder, your hard work in building up your business will have cost you many hours of time and sleepless nights. But have you set up your company in such a way to allow it to keep trading after your death?

Posted by

Rachael Morley

Associate and Solicitor

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Why you should think about putting in place a Lasting Power of Attorney for health and care decisions

Posted on 14th May 2020 in Later Life Planning

The experience of caring for and seeing a parent or other loved one suffer for a prolonged period in the final stages of life, even when the grief has passed, causes many individuals to want their journey to be managed differently.

Posted by

Lucy Lamb

Solicitor

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What is a Lasting Power of Attorney and how can I put one in place?

Posted on 12th May 2020 in Later Life Planning

Death, mental incapacity and old age are topics which can make people feel uncomfortable. It is important to remember, though, that preparations made whilst you are well enough to make decisions for yourself can make life far easier for you, and your family, later in life.

Posted by

Sarah Phillips

Chartered Legal Executive

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Services: the Saviour for Furnished Holiday Lets?

Posted on 30th July 2018 in Later Life Planning

Many business-owners will already be aware of the potentially valuable relief which can be used to shield businesses from Inheritance Tax. But are all business-owners aware of the traps which may endanger its availability?

Posted by

Gráinne Staunton

Partner and Solicitor

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Mental Incapacity – Your affairs, your way

Posted on 18th July 2018 in Later Life Planning

Although no one relishes the idea of losing the ability to manage their financial affairs themselves, putting in place the appropriate measures whilst you are still able can save a lot of time and cost further down the line. 

Posted by

Sarah Phillips

Chartered Legal Executive