Tag Archives: dementia

Lasting Powers of Attorney – It Makes Sense to Appoint a Professional

Granting a lasting power of attorney (LPA) is an invaluable means by which you can...

Teacher Who Helped Himself to Frail Mother’s Savings Fined

Elderly people sometimes have little choice but to rely on their loved ones to manage...

Don’t Wait Until You’re Old and Frail to Make a Will

The older you are when you make or change your will, the greater the risk...

Attorney Allowed to Take Over as Executor

It is commonplace for people to appoint siblings or friends as their executors. When they...

Elder Care Crisis Looms as Dementia Risk Ignored

Stuart Maher, Director and Head of the Watson Ramsbottom Private Client Department draws attention to...

Be Careful Who You Trust With Your Finances

Charlotte Ledson, a solicitor in our wills and probate team at Watson Ramsbottom looks at...