Who will take care of your affairs if you are unable to do so? What will happen to your property and personal effects if you have to go into Care?
Dispute resolution can be as informal as without prejudice discussions, correspondence or meetings. However, if that does not achieve a satisfactory outcome, the three most common options are as follows:-
We can advise and assist on a wide range of bankruptcy and insolvency issues
Guy Williams Layton offers an expert and high quality conveyancing service. We aim to give our clients a personal and individual service and to ensure that the transaction proceeds as smoothly and stress free as possible.
From 30th September 2007 it has no longer been possible to make an Enduring Power of Attorney. The Mental Capacity Act 2005 introduced two new Powers of Attorney called Lasting Powers of Attorney. One was to deal with your property and financial affairs and the other to deal with your health and personal welfare.
At Guy Williams Layton we understand that, following bereavement, the family will require support and assistance at a very difficult time. We offer a friendly and approachable service in a supportive manner. We will guide you through the process.
We have substantial experience of the legal framework and issues arising from timeshare developments from the perspective of both the management companies/trustees and the individual members including the following:-
A Trust is an arrangement where you can put assets or money to one side for the benefit of others. These assets are held by someone called a Trustee. It is usual to have more than one Trustee looking after the assets.
Making a Will allows you to control what happens to the assets which you have accumulated during your lifetime. It also enables you to protect your family and friends and control who should look after those dearest to you.