As a society we are living longer and, as a result of this, a growing number of people are now suffering from illnesses such as Alzheimer's and Dementia. Alison Elwess, senior solicitor, looks at how Lasting Powers of Attorney can help.
We all see adverts for personal injury claims, suggesting that ‘where’s there blame – there’s a claim’. However, bringing a personal injury claim can be a complex area of the law, particularly when coupled with the strict time limits for making a claim.
The schools have broken up and the summer holidays are here. For many it’s a time for the family to unwind and spend quality time together however, for some families holidays aren’t the fun they’re cracked up to be.
On 6 April 2014, the long-awaited reforms to the ‘bailiff and enforcement’ regulations and costs became law. The new regulations deal with when a debtor’s premises can be entered and what goods can be taken or not taken.