How Lasting Power of Attorney can be useful for shielded people in isolation…
Shielding is a measure used to protect extremely vulnerable people from coming into contact with coronavirus by minimising all interaction. They are strongly advised to stay at home at all times and avoid any face-to-face contact for a period of at least 12 weeks. Anyone who is extremely vulnerable should not leave their homes and, within their homes, should minimise all non-essential contact with other members of their household.
Why do I need to produce an Asbestos Report, Energy Performance Certificate and Fire Risk Assessment before I can grant a new lease of my commercial premises?
There are a number of legal health and safety requirements which landlords and tenants must be aware of prior to entering into a lease and in particular, consideration must be given to the certification that landlords should be providing to tenants on grant of a new lease.
In these uncertain times, with advice changing on a daily basis, we have been approached by a number of clients who are concerned that they have either began to provide Will instructions to this firm, or they would like to consider their Will instructions at this time but they are not able to get out and about.
The recent announcement by the Prime Minister on 23rd March 2020 about staying at home and away from others for the following three weeks has caused confusion for a number of separated parents about the arrangements for their children.
Child maintenance payments are usually regular monthly payments made by one parent to the other, after parents separate, to provide financial support for the child (or children) who does not live with them.
“I am married, and my spouse will get everything so I don’t need to make a Will” is something that we hear quite often. The reality is however that this is not necessarily true.