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What is a Deputyship Order?

What is a Deputyship Order?

LawSpot What is a Deputyship Order? When somebody loses the capacity to make their own decisions and doesn’t have a Power of Attorney, the Court of Protection can appoint a Deputy to make these decisions on their behalf. This is done by way of a Deputyship Order....
Continued Expansion for Harold G Walker

Continued Expansion for Harold G Walker

Our News News LawSpot Events Continued Expansion for Harold G Walker Solicitors Local law firm, Harold G Walker Solicitors are delighted to announce their further expansion with five new recruits joining their team. Su Buckler (add link to photo) joins the Verwood...
Fair (or)Deal for Tenants

Fair (or)Deal for Tenants

LawSpot Fair (or)Deal for Tenants? You may have heard of the Tenant Fees Act 2019, in force since June of this year. Known by some as a ‘tenant fees ban’, the Act, whilst prohibiting landlords from charging upfront fees, still allows them to charge for rent, and...
The Importance of Making a Will

The Importance of Making a Will

LawSpot Why is it important for someone to make a Will? It’s incredibly important for everyone to make a Will. If you die without one then you risk the chance of your estate and assets not being passed on to your loved ones or the people you wish to benefit. It is...