Residential Accommodation Fees Explained

by GDeanNorwich September 10, 2012 Estate Planning

There is a large amount of confusion and controversy at the moment around the subject of fees for care homes. As fees for residential care continue to rise, more and more people are concerned that they may have to pay these from their capital, leaving little left for children and others to inherit. There are […]

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Solicitors Advice: Power of Attorney – an Explanation

by GDeanNorwich July 31, 2012 Power of Attorney

(Based on the laws of England & Wales and general legal information on Powers of Attorney). It is a common phrase, but when asked a good percentage of the population will most likely not be able to really give you the ins and outs of exactly what a ‘Power of Attorney’ is and just what […]

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Solicitors Urge Public to Write Wills

by GDeanNorwich June 15, 2012 Wills

It’s a definite hot topic currently in the UK with only a third of adults actually being covered by a will when they die despite the importance of the document and the fact that any adult (over the age of 18) can legally write one. This article from Gordon Dean solicitors in Great Yarmouth shows […]

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Your Guide To The UK’s Change To Asbestos Claims

by GDeanNorwich May 1, 2012 Claims Solicitors

On 28th March 2012 the Supreme Court announced a ruling that would mean that thousands of people across the UK could make insurance claims where a member of their family has died after being exposed to asbestos in the workplace. Before this ruling, there was a great deal of confusion on claims around this subject. […]

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Personal Injury Claims Advice – Vehicle Passengers

by GDeanNorwich March 22, 2012 Accident Claims

If you’ve been involved in a car accident and suffered an injury as a result, it is not only the driver of the car that can claim, but the passenger as well. This not only include transport such as cars, vans, and motorcycles, but also public transport such as trains and buses too. In any […]

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A Summary Of The UK’s Latest Changes To Employment Law

by GDeanNorwich February 29, 2012 Business Law

Every April in the UK, the Government puts in place the latest updates to the law to coincide with the new tax year. This year is no exception, but it can be tricky to understand how these changes affect your business, so this article will explain each of the more prominent changes in more detail. […]

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