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Enduring Powers of Attorney: The law Societys Guidelines for Solicitors

In summer 1996, the Law Society published guidelines to assist solicitors in advising clients who wish to draw up an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA). The guidelines were prepared by the Societys Mental Health and Disability Sub Committee in response to a number of ethical and practical questions which are often raised by practitioners with the Societys Professional Ethics Division or Practice Advice Service. Details of how to obtain a free copy of the guidelines are given at the end of this article.

Planning Appropriate Life Interest Wills For Second Marriage Situations

Ralph Rays article (Volume 1 Issue 6) raises some interesting points on good practice and it may be helpful to look at possible areas where complaints could be raised by disappointed beneficiaries (who are only too alert these days to demanding higher standards of expertise by solicitors and other professionals).

Living Wills A Further Instalment

In Issue 2 of ECA (January February), Michele Todd set out the story so far concerning Living Wills (or advance directives as they are also known). Now Julia Abrey a Partner at Withers, provides a further update on this increasingly common and important area.

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