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ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:NOVEMBER/DECEMBER Baby it’s cold outside…


With winter just around corner, my coat and scarf are out of the wardrobe and the heating at the office is being notched up higher on a daily basis!


This year seems to have flown by and those new years’ resolutions I made in January have crept up on me- despite my best efforts over the summer my front garden still requires some tender loving care.


For those of you who made a new years resolution to make a new Will or to put in place Lasting Powers of Attorney, and haven’t quite got round to it, do not despair as there is still time to fulfil these new years resolutions before the end of year.


When making a new Will, firstly, you will need to decide who you wish to appoint as the Executor or Executors. This is the person or persons who will deal with your estate following your death and apply for a Grant of Probate if necessary. You then need to decide who you wish to benefit from your estate and what they are to receive under your Will; whether this be a gift of a particular item (such as a ring, watch etc), a sum of money or a share of the residue of your estate.


A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a Legal document by which an individual can grant power to a third party to enable that third party to act on their behalf. There are two different LPA’s; an LPA for Property and Finance and an LPA for Health and Welfare.


So unlike me who will now have to wait for the spring to sort out my garden, don’t delay and make an appointment to see me to discuss LPA’s and Wills. Let’s tick this years New Years Resolutions off the list ready for next years!


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Emma Williams Solicitor


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