Legal – Sussex

Legal – Sussex

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The legal side of getting older can be very difficult, for elderly parents and their families, but here our partner Rix & Kay contribute useful guidance and information on legal matters.

Health and Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney

What is a Health and Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney? If you are unable to make a decision about your own health and welfare, then who does? Rix & Kay’s Later Life team has put together a step-by-step guide.


Legal Solutions For Later Life

Ensuring your parent’s affairs are in order can save time and money in the future, but more importantly can reduce unnecessary last minute stress.

Writing A Will And Why It Is So Important

Approximately two thirds of the British adult population do not have a Will. Here’s why you should make it a priority. 

Rix & Kay’s Guide To Lasting Powers of Attorney

Everyone should consider making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) as there could come a time in all of our lives when we need some assistance to manage our affairs.  

About The New Power Of Attorney Refund Scheme

Did you register a Power of Attorney (Lasting or Enduring) between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2017? You may be entitled to a refund of up to £54 plus interest.

Getting The Most From Retirement

Retirement normally signals a huge change in personal routine that has been a way of life for decades. How can someone make the most of their retirement. 

What is Advocacy?

Impact’s Advocacy Services help people to have a voice in important issues in their lives. Advocates assist people in getting independent advice, to understand their rights and work out what they want to say. An Advocate helps people to understand their options and to get their views and wishes heard.

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