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 Veronica Mullins
  May 4, 2021
Dementia UK are hosting their event ‘Time for a Cuppa’ which will run from 1st - 8th May 2021. The first ‘Time for a Cuppa’ event was held in 2009 and was named a ‘tea party to remember’ and each year Dementia UK host the event in the hope to beat their fundraising target.
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  May 3, 2021
Our Private Client team did it! They have won the ‘Best Probate Law Firm North England’ at the UK Probate Research Awards 2021 for the third year in a row against stiff competition.
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 Jodie Wielgus
  April 14, 2021
Ramsdens Solicitors Private Client Partner, Jodie Wielgus has featured on whatinvestment.co.uk discussing the importance of including digital assets in your will.
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  April 12, 2021
Ramsdens Solicitors Private Client department have been shortlisted once again for the Best Probate Law Firm North England at the UK Probate Research Awards 2021.
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 Natalie Lang
  February 15, 2021
A survey commissioned by the Law Society has found that 93% of people who have made a Will have not included any digital assets in it whilst only 25% of respondents knew what happened to their digital assets after they die and only 7% saying they fully understood what happens to such assets after their death.
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 Natalie Lang
  January 25, 2021
We often stress the importance of planning for the future and preparing a Lasting Power of Attorney so that if there becomes a time that you are unable to, there are people with legal authority, to make decisions on your behalf surrounding your financial affairs, health and welfare or both.
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 Veronica Mullins
  November 20, 2020
A beautiful moment of former ballerina with Alzheimer’s, Mata C. Gonzalez, recognising the sound of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake has been shared by thousands of people across the globe. This has further raised the importance of music to all those who have been affected by this year’s national lockdowns. It has also shown us that all is not lost for those who may have issues regarding mental capacity.
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 Veronica Mullins
  November 5, 2020
The current national lockdown rules which came into force at midnight on 4th November 2020 have significant implications regarding contact with loved ones, particularly vulnerable family members residing in care homes.
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