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  June 17, 2019
The Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill ("the Bill") has now been passed by both the House of Commons and House of Lords, meaning that it will become law following Royal Assent.
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  June 6, 2019
Ramsdens Solicitors are delighted to announce that Robyn Mayoh has this week been appointed as an Accredited Legal Representative under the Law Society’s Mental Capacity (Welfare) Accreditation Scheme.
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  May 22, 2019
Whether you are caring for someone with a brain injury or providing occasional support for a family member there are some small things we can all learn which will make us better equipped to do so.
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  March 7, 2019
At Ramsdens, our Private Client, Court of Protection and Mental Health Solicitors assist people with all varieties of mental impairment living in a myriad of different circumstances.
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  February 15, 2019
Whilst most of us can create or change a will as and when we please, this is not so easy for somebody who does not have capacity to do this for themselves.
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  November 23, 2018
This week we have been supporting the charity Brake in their road safety awareness week. Brake carry out amazing work and aim to promote road safety generally but with a specific focus in November on road safety week; this years campaign is Think Bike.
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  November 22, 2018
“Every day in the UK, five people die on roads and about 60 more are seriously injured” There is no escaping the fact that road traffic collisions change lives, not only for the people involved but for the families and support networks that surround them. Brake are a charity that carry out amazing work in promoting road safety awareness including running Road Safety Week every November. However, the reality is that road collisions do happen and we need to be prepared to deal with the aftermath.
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  November 9, 2018
As important as it is to consider preparing documents, such as Lasting Powers of Attorney, to ensure that your finances and health decisions are kept in order should you no longer be able to look after your own affairs, it is equally important to ensure that you have the right people in place to do so.
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