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Supported decision making

United Kingdom - June 4 2019 The knowledge that any one interacting, in any way, with a person with cognitive or volitional impairment must support that person in the exercise of...

Scots invade NYC!

United Kingdom - April 15 2019 Earlier this month, Billy Connolly led the 21st New York Tartan Day Parade. The US celebration of Scottish culture saw pipers, drummers and dancers...

Do you have the power? - making gifts under a Power of Attorney

United Kingdom - November 28 2018 A power of attorney is a document that allows a person who has capacity to appoint someone they trust to make decisions for them, in the event that...

Why powers of attorney remain vital when planning for the future

United Kingdom - October 3 2018 According to the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland’s most recent report, there are now 13,501 existing guardianship orders in Scotland. With...

Powers of Attorney - busting the myths

United Kingdom - December 6 2017 You may have seen the ITV Tonight programme - Elderly Theft: Robbing the Relatives last week. The programme focused on a number of examples of...