08 October 2020 Wills, Trusts & Estates Jane McNicol
When a loved one loses the ability to make their own decisions, and is unable to sign a Power of Attorney, the answer may be to apply to the Court for a Guardianship Order. A Guardianship Order allows someone to make ongoing decisions on behalf of an adult with incapacity, such as paying bills, dealing with bank accounts, and making decisions about care and personal welfare matters.

15 September 2020 Wills, Trusts & Estates Alan Roughead
As a member of SOPS (Solicitors for Older People Scotland), Macnabs is dedicated to providing legal support to older people in a caring and sensitive way. The Macnabs team recognise and know how to support clients with dementia, having participated in Dementia Awareness training from Alzheimer Scotland. With a greater understanding of the different types of dementia and how it affects the brain and behaviours, the team are able to ensure that those with dementia, as well as their families and carers, can have the right legal advice and support in the areas they need most. This often involves preparing a Power of Attorney for clients who may be facing the onset of dementia.

05 August 2020 Wills, Trusts & Estates Sarah Mitchell
As life expectancy in the UK continues to increase, many of us are planning for our future, looking at the best ways to provide both for our own later life (including care costs), but also for our children and their families. Everyone’s circumstances will differ and when looking at any aspect of legal planning it is important to discuss pensions, savings, income, family members, financial dependency, property, investments, expenditure and much more. At Macnabs we work in conjunction with independent financial advisers, stockbrokers, accountants, and investment managers to ensure that a holistic approach is taken when planning for your future.

08 July 2020 Wills, Trusts & Estates Macnabs Law
Macnabs has drafted hundreds of Wills for clients and raised over £10,000 for charity this year after taking part in a will-writing campaign where lawyers generously give up their time for free to write Wills for local people, in exchange for a donation to the charity.

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