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LCF Law’s Solicitor Amjed Zaman gains STEP Advanced Certificate in Cross-Border Estates a specialist qualification for cross-border estate planning.
The Wills department have seen a 400% increase in the number of people making a will during March and April 2020, which is a direct result of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. With a significant rise in the number of people under the age of 50 making a will for the first time as well as older people updating their existing wills.
Following the latest covid-19 guidance update, it’s becoming clearer how the coronavirus job retention scheme (JRS) will work, and there are lots of aspects that both employers and employees should be aware of.
The Covid-19 crisis has prompted many business owners to not only make sure that their personal affairs are in order, but to double check that their power of attorney is still fit for purpose. A power of attorney is a legal document that allows someone, while they still have full mental capacity, to nominate a trusted person to make financial or health-related decisions on their behalf, in case they lose capacity.
Rachel said: “During the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic families have been advised by the Government to stay home, stay safe and self-isolate. These are difficult times for us all – never before in peacetime have we seen such restrictions placed upon the freedoms we normally take for granted.
Michael said: “Having worked at three major regional practices before setting up my own successful business, I’ve represented a wide range of clients from small owner managed businesses to large public companies, acting as lead advisor on a variety of business sales and other corporate and commercial legal matters.
Following some initial confusion regarding Government restrictions on movement during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the latest guidelines have confirmed that children under the age of 18, whose parents are separated, can move between households.
Coronavirus (Covid-19) issues fill every news bulletin, along with stories about the impact on the economy.
We want to let you know what we are doing to ensure we continue to give you a seamless and excellent service throughout this difficult period, while keeping you and our team as safe as possible.
Simon Stell, managing partner at LCF Law, said: “The time was right to significantly expand our Leeds city centre office following a significant influx of new work and we are delighted to relocate to 33 Park Place, in the heart of the city’s legal and financial district.
LCF Law are proud to be one of the headline sponsors of Henshaws Art Event at Rudding Park, taking place on 12 March 2020