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28Aug2018
Court of Protection applications

Court of Protection applications

If you become unable to manage your affairs and have not appointed someone, an application to the Court of Protection...

17Aug2018
Incapacity crisis looming as dementia sufferers increases?

Incapacity crisis looming as dementia sufferers increases?

Is there a future “incapacity crisis” as the number of people suffering from dementia increases?

14Aug2018
Why it costs more to buy a second home

Why it costs more to buy a second home

Martina Razaq considers situations where a higher rate of Stamp Duty may apply.

31Jul2018
If a will that costs £75 sounds too good to be true… it probably is

If a will that costs £75 sounds too good to be true… it probably is

Naadim Shamji comments on the pitfalls of creating a cheap will through your bank.

13Jul2018
Flexible working - what does it really mean?

Flexible working - what does it really mean?

All employees have a right to ask for it, but not every employer can concede. Chris Brazier provides the answers.

12Jul2018
Recording your conversations with HR

Recording your conversations with HR

Are employees allowed to record significant conversations with HR managers?

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