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6 Reasons Why You Should Have a Power of Attorney7th May 2019A Power of Attorney grants someone else permission to make decisions about your finances and property, as well as your health and personal welfare. It is vitally important that you have a Power of Attorney in place. Here are six reasons why you should have one… 1. Anything can happen to you at any time … Continue reading "6 Reasons Why You Should Have a Power of Attorney"
What happens to your Facebook (and other digital assets) when you die or lose capacity?30th August 2018BBC News reported recently that the parents of a 15-year-old girl who was killed by a train in 2012 have only just been authorised by the High Court in Germany to take over her Facebook account. It is incredible that it is only now, after 6 years, that this issue is being resolved for them. … Continue reading "What happens to your Facebook (and other digital assets) when you die or lose capacity?"
Better not Call Saul: a (spoiler free) look at Wills, challenges & legal rights29th August 2018Last year, fans of the Netflix drama Better Call Saul witnessed the dramatic death of a major character in the season finale. Jaw-dropping deaths have long been a hallmark of both BCS and its predecessor Breaking Bad, but at the start of this year’s new season of BCS, we got to see something new and … Continue reading "Better not Call Saul: a (spoiler free) look at Wills, challenges & legal rights"
Declare your views on receiving life-prolonging medical treatment before it’s too late8th December 2017Living Wills are not yet legally binding in Scotland, however a recent case in England shows that medical staff are putting greater emphasis on respecting the wishes of patients. A Living Will, also known as an Advance Directive, is a document that allows you to declare your views on receiving life-prolonging medical treatment should you … Continue reading "Declare your views on receiving life-prolonging medical treatment before it’s too late"