If a person lacks the ability to make decisions for themselves in relation to their financial affairs or health or welfare decisions, then it may become necessary for those people closest to them to apply for a court order. The court order may appoint those people as deputies, to make decisions in the future on behalf of that person. This process is often undertaken when there is no power of attorney in place and it is not possible for the person to make a power of attorney for themselves.
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Askews have a long and successful tradition of helping clients to navigate the legal minefield of property transactions. Whether you are a private individual, house builder or a business looking to relocate employees, Askews have the experience and expertise to help you.
Litigation can involve anything where two or more people are in dispute (and very often it’s about money). At Askews, we can advise you about your rights and whether you are likely to achieve what you’re looking for. Whether through the Courts, in mediation or just through discussion and communications with others, we can help you to sort out your problems.
Our wills and probate team can give you friendly, professional and efficient legal advice on all kinds of trust and probate issues, such as:
Having problems at work or losing your job can be extremely upsetting. We provide friendly and professional advice so that you can find out what your rights are. We can help you to take action to change your situation - or to receive fair compensation for what’s happened.
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