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Child Illness

Child Illness Child Illness as any parent will tell you is a worrying time. Whether it is a fever in a small baby or something much more serious. It is upsetting, worrying, costly both in time and money. All any parent wants is the best for their child if something should happen. But what if it is serious? Case Study: Protecting your child against serious Illness Child Illness Whilst I was discussing family protection with my clients Dave & Emily, who had two daughters. They re-told a situation that Emily’s sister’s family had with their son a few years ago ...
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Will & Testament

What is a Will? A will is a legal document where a person, names one or more persons to manage his or her affairs and estate. In “olden” times, it referred to property, and a Testament referred to personal property, hence the term now used “Last Will and Testament”. Intestate If someone dies without making one, they are said to have died “intestate”. If this happens, the law sets out who should deal with the deceased’s affairs and who should inherit their estate (property, personal possessions and money. Writing a one is one of the most important things you will ever ...
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Guardian for Children Case Studies

Guardian naming is one of the most important things to do for your child. Guardian Case Study One single mum Emily is a single mum aged 24. She owns her own flat that her parents bought for her. It is valued at £135000. Her daughter is aged 3. Emily has no brothers or sisters. Sue’s father has had no contact with Emily for over 3 years. Emily is worried that if she where to die her daughter Sue would have no one to look after her. Emily’s parents are over 55 and live 50 miles away. They both are unwell ...
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No Guardian, Your Child’s Future at Risk.

More than 24,000 parents of young children die each year in Britain. Very few of these parents have chosen a legal guardian. Action is required to avoid the risks. A guardian for children & making a Will. Two simple adult, family decisions, simple you would like to think. Not the case a recent survey by Unbiased.co.uk shows that 58% of the UK adult population is guilty of not making a Will. 58% of UK adults have not made a WILL Don MacPherson of Bristol & West legal services gave us some quotes from parents who initially did not want to ...
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Guardian news

Guardian Update Guardian update met a lady called Lucy today husband John is in the Navy. They do not have a valid Will! Due to them writing on the Will in pen changes to their wishes over the past few years. They have two sons aged two and four. Their parents are older and they don't want to burden them with being guardians. Their parents also have different views on how to bring up the boys. Should they both die. Lucy & John want to leave the proceeds of the family home to the two boys when they are 21 ...
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