Coronavirus - Do I need a Lasting Power of Attorney?
Coronavirus has particularly highlighted the importance of putting arrangements in place, should the worst happen. As a result, there has been an increase in the number of people wanting to make Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) in the event that their capacity becomes impaired.
As the leisure and hospitality industry gears to re-open tomorrow we take a look at the guidance just published by the Government as regards the requirement to obtain data to support the NHS Test & Trace.
Re Jean Mary Clitheroe (deceased) Clitheroe V Bond  was a case involving a bitter family dispute between a brother and sister as regards the validity of two wills executed by their late mother, Jean.
Forfeiture and a reminder of the purpose of s.168 Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002
Almost every lease of a residential flat will contain a provision within it which allows the landlord to enter the flat to bring the lease to an end if a leaseholder defaults on any of its covenants in the lease. Darryn Harris talks us through forfeiture...
Coronavirus and beyond – health and safety issues and returning to work
As the lockdown eases and businesses prepare plans to return people to their workplace, health and safety will be at the fore. Emma O’Connor, Head of Training, spoke to Ian Clements, Managing Director of Quadriga Health and Safety, about the key health and safety issues employers needed to be aware of. To find out more and listen to the podcast, read on.