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Wills, Probate & Trust

Lasting Powers of Attorney. Here is Why You Need One!

Sam and Phil don't think they need Lasting Powers of Attorney. Without Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) in place, no one has the legal authority to make decisions for someone else, even if they are married.

Wills, Probate & Trust

LPApril: Lasting Powers of Attorney

Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) are extremely useful and important documents, but many do not even know what they are, let alone why they need them. We at Samuel Phillips are here to change that.

Wills, Probate & Trust

LPApril

Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) are extremely useful and important documents, but many do not even know what they are, let alone why they need them. We at Samuel Phillips are here to change that and are offering reduced prices throughout April 2022 as part of our LPApril scheme!

Wills, Probate & Trust

How private is your Will?

The High Court recently ruled that Prince Philip’s Last Will and Testament is to be kept secret for a period of 90 years. This may have you thinking…

Wills, Probate & Trust

“Everything is in our joint names anyway”

Many people believe that if you have a joint account with your partner or spouse, if one of you loses capacity, the other can continue use of the account. This is not true.

Wills, Probate & Trust

Helping the vulnerable self-isolate – the role of the financial attorney

We are living in worrying times. For many of us, our major concern is not for our own health, but for the health of our loved ones, particularly the elderly or those with underlying health issues. When faced with so much uncertainty and worry it can be reassuring and comforting to know that there is a practical way for us to be of use to those we love.

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