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Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Week 2019
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease. Your immune system fights off infections but with this condition, it mistakenly attacks the cells that line your joints causing these to become stiff and swollen, resulting in pain, which releases chemicals and damages bones, cartilage, tendons and ligaments nearby. It is important to get this condition treated to avoid the joints losing its shape and alignment and ultimately destroying the joint in its entirety.
How Do I Sell My Property Now My Wife Has Dementia
It is always a difficult time when a family member has moved into residential care because they are suffering from dementia and for various reasons their spouse may now consider selling the house they own together, perhaps to also move into care or to live with family. Is it that easy without a Power of Attorney in place?
Court acts to stop father inheriting from dying child
In the case of LCN v CJF  EWCOP 1 published earlier this year, the Court of Protection authorised the settlement of a child’s property on trust under section 18(1)(h) Mental Capacity Act 2005.
Cervical screening, perhaps better known as a smear test checks the health of your cervix. A smear test is not a test for cancer but is a test to help prevent cancer.
“Is Equity Release right for me?”
With an ageing population more and more people are looking to unlock the money tied up in their home through equity release schemes, but what are these schemes and who is eligible for them?
Photos from Christina Blacklaws’ Visit
June is Sands Awareness Month
SANDS is the stillbirth and neonatal death charity. They are there to support families when a baby dies during pregnancy, at birth or shortly after birth. In the UK, 15 babies die each day which is one baby every 90 minutes or 450 babies per month.
Letting Agency and Property Management Redress Schemes
The recently decided case of Newham LBC v Sampson Estates Ltd is a stark reminder to letting agents to ensure that they are members of the correct redress schemes.
Beneficial Ownership: Joint Committee Report On Draft Registration of Overseas Entities Bill
On 20 May 2019, the House of Commons and House of Lords Joint Committee on the draft Registration of Overseas Entities Bill published a report following its pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Bill, which would establish a public register of beneficial owners of overseas entities that own or purchase land in the UK.
Is Your Charity At Risk Of Cybercrime?
People, not technology is the biggest threat to a charity’s cyber secrity, experts have warned. Many small charities, in particular, lack the resources or skill set to have people specially trained in this area and that makes them vulnerable, this where there is the bigger risk of cybercrime is.