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News Category: Court of Protection

  • 8 June 2020

    Lockdown Diaries: personal development and a new way of working

    In the first of our series of Lawyer lockdown diaries, Amy Taylor principal Solicitor from our Private Client team reviews what the 12 weeks of working in lockdown has meant to her and her clients. Read more

  • 15 May 2020

    End of life wishes

    Whilst many of us know the importance of having a Will in place, many do not think about making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA), which is equally as important as a Will, particularly if you have specific wishes about end of life treatment. Read more

  • 14 May 2020

    Can I make a Lasting Powers of Attorney if I have Dementia?

    This week, 11th – 17th May, would have been Dementia Action week, a week where companies and charities come together to raise awareness of the disease and support people living with dementia, unfortunately in light of the current Coronavirus crisis the Alzheimer’s Society has postponed until later in the year. Read more

  • 11 December 2018

    The pitfalls of dealing with complex estates as a lay executor

    Karen Bacon explains just a few of the tricky issues that probate presents that can mean It’s far from a DIY matter. Read more

  • 25 July 2018

    Q: I’ve got my own business as a sole trader – why would I need a Will?

    A: Even if your business is unlikely to continue in the event of your death, because it relies on your personal skills and expertise, chances are that you will still need Business Executors if you are still trading when you die. Read more

  • 18 October 2017

    Inheritance Tax – Passing on your wealth

    Death duty has been payable, in one form or another, for over 300 years but until comparatively recently, it was only of concern to the wealthiest in society. For example, following the introduction of estate duty in 1894 (the forerunner of the current inheritance tax), many landed estates were broken up, as landowners could not afford to pay the tax. Read more

  • 16 December 2016

    A question of capacity

    At Steeles Law, we regularly advise our clients on the importance of making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) and have a team of skilled lawyers on hand to guide our clients through the process of preparation, execution and registration of these documents. Read more

  • 14 October 2014

    Steeles Law boosts private client team with two new recruits

    Steeles Law has boosted its busy wills, probate & tax team with the recruitment of a Trainee Legal Executive and a Paralegal. Read more

  • 12 May 2014

    Steeles Law calls on community to talk about dying

    Steeles Law is a supporter of Dying Matters Awareness Week (12-18 May 2014), which has been organised by the Dying Matters Coalition to encourage people to talk openly about dying, death and bereavement.  Read more

  • 10 May 2013

    Dying Matters Awareness Week

    Dying Matters Awareness Week is taking place between 13-19 May.  This yearly campaign seeks to raise awareness of end of life issues.  Angela Ireland, a Chartered Legal Executive in Steeles Law’s wills, probate and tax team, considers these issues. Read more