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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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 Natalie Lang
  January 13, 2021
Where it has been established that your parent lacks capacity to consent to the vaccination, you should firstly consider whether or not you have authority to make decisions regarding your parents welfare either under a Lasting Power of Attorney or the old style Enduring Power of Attorney.
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 Natalie Lang
  December 17, 2020
With Christmas around the corner, this is often a question asked by lay Deputies who have been appointed by the Court of Protection to manage P’s financial affairs.
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  December 11, 2020
​Natalie Lang, a Partner in the Ramsdens Solicitors Court of Protection team, on Friday (4 December) took part in the Alzheimer’s Society ‘Elf the Boss Day’.
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 Natalie Lang
  December 8, 2020
The recent case of NHS Trust v AF and ANOR [2020] can be used as a prime example of how a Health and Welfare Power of Attorney could have resulted in a different outcome for ‘P’.
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 Natalie Marrison
  November 13, 2020
Yesterday (12 Nov) we held the first of a series of webinars focusing on protecting our vulnerable and elders. ​
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 Natalie Lang
  October 27, 2020
Almost 11,700 people are diagnosed each year with a primary brain tumour, with 5,000 people losing their lives each year. At least 102,000 children and adults are estimated to be living with a brain tumour in the UK currently.
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 Natalie Lang
  October 22, 2020
The claimant in this case, Charlotte Swift (CS), was involved in a car accident resulting in serious injuries and later leading to amputation of her left leg and subsequent surgery.
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