Court Action. The Playground of the Rich?

I have spent my professional life helping people from all walks of life – from the richest to the poorest. I have treated everyone the same. If they had a problem requiring legal input, they got the best advice I could give. There was no discrimination. I have built up a huge network of satisfied ...

The Importance of “Lawyer Checker”

When I was a boy, there were no photocopiers or computers. It was difficult, if not impossible, to defraud people by copying genuine documents. Master forgers were great craftsmen, albeit dishonest. Yet even then, a practised eye could tell the real article from the fake one. BRAVE NEW WORLD Times have moved on. The world ...

Elderly Care Update

Ours is the age of affluence. It is the age of wonderful breakthroughs in patient care and the discovery of new drugs. All this, coupled with information on how we should diet and look after ourselves, means that people now live much longer. But as we age, so do our care needs, and this can ...

Paying for Permanent Residential Care

In February 2013, the Government set out a plan for adult social care funding reform to be implemented in 2016. The plan includes a cap on the amount an individual will have to pay to meet their assessed social care needs (£72,000) during their lifetime; guaranteed access to deferred payment arrangements (but with interest required); ...
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