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Slater Heelis Launches Twiddlemuff Drive For Those With Dementia

The Private Client team at Slater Heelis are asking the crafty folk of Greater Manchester to get out their knitting needles to help those with dementia. We are collecting ‘Twiddlemuffs’, a colourful and engaging dementia aid which can be made…

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Slater Heelis Awarded Lexcel Accreditation for 13th Year in a Row

After a rigorous on-site assessment by the Law Society, Slater Heelis has been awarded the Lexcel Accreditation for excellence in practice management and client care for the 13th year in a row. The optional independent assessment benchmarks firms against the…

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Is it possible to have dementia and make a will?

The fact that somebody has a diagnosis of dementia does not necessarily mean that they are unable to make a will. Determining whether someone is able to make a will depends on whether they have the “mental capacity” specifically to…

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The Impact of Brexit on the Property Market

Following the announcement of Britain’s decision to leave the EU, the impact of Brexit on the property market has been one of the most discussed topics. The immediate negative impact on the market following the vote sent shockwaves through the…

Dementia Awareness Week Drop-In Sessions

During Dementia Awareness Week we are offering free drop in sessions at our 16 School Road office in Sale. Come visit us on Thursday 19th and Friday 20th of May for free legal advice regarding the issues which rise from…

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Budget Statement 2016: Summary

Here are the main points that affect business owners, both self-employed and limited company directors; For businesses Corporation tax to be cut from the current 20%, to 17% by 2020. Class 2 National Insurance Contributions to be abolished for sole…

Why 2016 Should be the Year You Write Your Will

Rebecca Sharp, a partner at Manchester law firm, Slater Heelis, points out the pitfalls of departing this world leaving your intentions unclear – and how to avoid them by simply writing a Will. Most of us are reluctant to confront…

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‘Digital Wills’ Could be the Future of Estates

A new consideration for wills has emerged over the past few years – what to consider when it comes to the deceased’s social media, video game and online accounts after their passing. Ownership of digital files such as word documents,…

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Preserving your home: The new inheritance tax allowance

Prior to the budget on 8th July, there was much anticipation of a new higher inheritance tax threshold of £1,000,000. What has been announced is not quite as straightforward as might originally have been hoped. Currently, every person has an…

Protection for your pets

The importance of a Will to ensure your loved ones are provided for cannot be emphasised enough. Can this be extended to your pets? The simple answer is yes, although the methods of provision can become complicated. There are few…