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News and articles – Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection

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Jul 2014

Assisted Dying Bill

If the Bill passes into law, this controversial legislation would allow a person who had less than six months to live to request to be given drugs to help them die. The Bill has generated a great deal of impassioned debate.

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Mar 2014

Dementia and Lasting Powers of Attorney

Scientists are developing tests that can identify those with a higher than average chance of developing dementia in later life. 

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Nov 2013

Long term care — who pays?

It is good news that we now live longer, and can look forward to a longer retirement. The latest statistics reveal that on average men can expect to live to 78 years and women to 82 years. However, the chances of remaining healthy and able throughout our retirement and into old age are unfortunately not so good.

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Apr 2012

Long term care

Due to our ageing population, it is common place to find clients of a certain age in the position where they can no longer manage in their own home. This can cause difficulties from both an emotional and financial perspective.

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Aug 2010

Right to die ruling

Debbie Purdy, who has Multiple Sclerosis, has won her case in the House of Lords to have the law clarified on assisted suicide. This is in relation to circumstances where a friend or family would be prosecuted in assisting someone to die.

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