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Bloomsburry Family law


Welfare Benefits and Residential Care

This article looks at the benefit provisions for those in residential or nursing care who are unable to afford such care for themselves. It should be emphasised that an article can do no more than outline the provisions, and individual cases will probably require detailed advice.

Financial Implications

Ian McNeill of Help the Aged briefly summarises the SEFTON case putting it in a more political context and provides his interpretation of the likely financial implications.

Court of Protection: Case Reports

Enduring power of attorney ''Capacity Solicitor receiving instructions from a third party''. Seeing the client alone ''Need for contemporaneous medical evidence''. Reading the explanatory information in Part A of the prescribed form ''questions susceptible to the answers Yes or No'' Capacity to revoke an enduring power.