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Statutory Wills

The Court of Protection has powers under the Mental Capacity Act 2005 to authorise the making of a statutory will.

Gifts and Tax Planning

As either a deputy or attorney you will only usually have very limited powers to make gifts on behalf of the person you are acting for.

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Indian wife's will ruled valid despite language barrier

The England and Wales High Court has rejected Rakesh Gupta's challenge to a will executed by his late mother Urmila Gupta in 1998 in favour of his younger brother.

Setting aside a will on the ground of want of knowledge and approval

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Contentious Trusts and Probate Monthly Round-Up: May 2017

Private Client supports Plant a Tree campaign

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Making gifts for tax planning purposes on behalf of someone lacking capacity

As an attorney, do I have access to an incapacitated person’s Will?

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International Criminal Law Conference 2020

Prosecution of state leaders and the crime of aggression: a critical conversation

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Statutory Wills - what you need to know

Webinar: A guide to succession planning in the COVID-19 crisis

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Private Client Senior Associate (Court of Protection)

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What is a statutory will

Factsheet - what is a Statutory Will?

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