Topical legal content articles for marketing wills & probate law
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Forthcoming legal topics
Examples of the wills and probate topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
Witnessing of wills and LPA services go digital
- video-witnessed wills legalised during coronavirus pandemic
- implications for wills witnessed by video in previous months;
- online service for lasting powers of attorney; and
- why instruct a solicitor to help put your affairs in order.
Why use a legal expert for your estate administration
- why the move to online services is fuelling DIY estate administration;
- dealing with financial and legal procedures;
- key reasons to instruct a solicitor handle the practical aspects; and
- downsides of attempting to administer an estate yourself.
Worried about a vulnerable person during the Covid-19 lockdown?
- most common forms of elder abuse in the UK;
- red flags to look out for when you suspect abuse;
- advice on how to tackle serious concerns; and
- taking legal steps to protect a vulnerable person.
Death comes to us all – let’s talk about it
- choosing executors or attorneys to deal with your affairs;
- setting out preferences for treatment and care arrangements;
- new rules for organ donation which take effect May 2020; and
- funeral arrangements and setting out your wishes in advance.
Coronavirus FAQs regarding wills and powers of attorney
- making a new will while self-isolating or shielding;
- updating a will;
- concerns regarding an estate after contracting coronavirus; and
- dealing with the challenges of being a power of attorney.
Care decisions without a lasting power of attorney
- who has legal right to make care decisions on your behalf?
- when might care decisions need to be made?
- when could social services get involved?
- when a matter must go to the Court of Protection.