Category Archives for Your Future

Glad to Care Webinar

As part of Glad to Care Awareness week, we were delighted to be a part of the Glad to Care "Prepare for Your Future, Today" Webinar which our very own Alison Courtenay had the opportunity to present at

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Limitation – Is There Any Leeway?

The Limitation Act 1980 sets out various time limits for bringing a claim, after which point the claim is time barred.  For example, a breach of contract claim must be brought within 6 years. Other

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Parfitt Cresswell – we’re open for business as usual

We’re all now 6 weeks into the Covid-19 lockdown and we’re delighted to be able to tell you that all our legal services and team of legal experts are actively engaged in providing you and our other

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What exactly does the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme mean for me?

When the Government announced that support would be available for the self-employed in the form of the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme a wave of relief was felt by all self-employed individuals.  However,

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Do the self-employed have access to financial help during the COVID19 crisis?

Whilst keeping ourselves and our loved ones safe during this crisis is our top priority, many are also understandably concerned about their financial future.  Although many individuals are facing

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What is the Coronavirus Bounce Back Loan & Can it Help Your Business?

The Coronavirus Bounce Back Loan Scheme will launch on 4th May 2020 and is designed to help small and medium sized businesses affected by the Coronavirus by offering loans from £2,000 up to £50,000.These

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What options do I have as an executor named in a Will?

With the way Covid-19 has affected our daily lives you may be wondering what happens if you find yourself appointed as an executor of somebody’s Will.The peculiar thing about Wills is that you may not

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Court of Protection and Deputyship

If someone has lost mental capacity to take care of their property and financial affairs, an application to the Court of Protection may be necessary to appoint a Deputy to act in their best interests. Generally,

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Can we move house during the COVID-19 lockdown?

This is a question many people are asking at the moment given the current situation in the UK.The Government has issued advice and guidance to all parties involved in the conveyancing process, from estate

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The Impact of Covid-19 upon commercial leases

The impact of Covid-19 on commercial leases will present challenges for landlords and tenants alike, the big issues being the ongoing payment of rent and provision of services.Landlords and tenants should

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