As a person’s illness progresses there may come a time when they can no longer make certain decisions for themselves. In this situation someone else- perhaps you- can make certain decisions for them, by becoming a Deputy. If a Lasting Power of Attorney has not been arranged before the person loses capacity, then someone else […]Read Article
Setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is one of the most important provisions you can make for your future, on a par with making your Will. It ensures that, if you become unable to make decisions about your living arrangements, financial affairs or health needs, someone you trust can make them on your […]Read Article
In an ideal world, we would all prefer to manage our own affairs. There may come a time, though, when this is not possible. Reasons may range from being out of the country to developing advanced Alzheimer’s, but the effect is much the same. At some point, someone else may need to make financial […]Read Article
No-one can predict what is going to happen to them. While we don’t like to dwell on disasters that may not happen, it is crucial to take sensible precautions, both for our own sake and for our family. Hopefully you will have an up-to-date Will arranged, but have you considered setting up a Lasting Power […]Read Article
Few of us want to think about those close to us losing their mental capacity, let alone how we’d cope if they did. Yet, given our growing elderly population and increase in the number of people suffering from dementia, it’s something we need to consider. Dementia currently affects 1 person in 14 aged 65 or […]Read Article
Osborne Morris & Morgan have double the reason to celebrate after winning, not one, but two awards at this year’s SME Bedfordshire Business Awards.
The firm were delighted to receive the ‘Leighton Buzzard Business of the Year’ and also the ‘Training & Development’ award for their continuous commitment to investing in their employees.