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The Government has introduced legislation that will change how Wills are witnessed. Currently, Wills are only legally valid if the Testator (the person making the Will) signs their Will in the ‘presence’ of two witnesses who then signs the Will in the ‘presence’ of the …

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emotional distress have had several people raise questions to me regarding what kinds of injury you can claim for in a Personal Injury or Clinical Negligence claim. Do mental health problems count as an injury? Is it just cuts, bruises, and broken bones? What about …

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The Norwich Legal Walk 2017 Another big success!   The Norwich Legal Walk is a 10km sponsored walk around Norwich to raise money for local legal advice services. The need for free legal advice has grown in the past few years due to increased poverty and reduced …

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There are two types of Lasting Power of Attorney one for Health and one for Finances. A financial Power of Attorney authorises someone to act on your behalf in financial matters. This includes paying Bills, putting money in or taking it out of an account, …

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If you have suffered negligence that has required you have treatment, that you would not have needed otherwise you may be able to recover the cost of this from the Defendant. If you have been injured either through clinical negligence, such as a broken limb …

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We have joined the Norwich Legal Walk. Access to Justice Every Legal system needs a to be efficient and fair. Everyone needs access to fair and juridical recompense when thier rights are abused. For everyone to have access to justice, they must be able to …