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Rachel Roche

About Rachel Roche

Rachel is a fully qualified Solicitor known for her personable style and strives to ensure that all of her clients receive a tailored and efficient service.

Report reveals 77% of Yorkshire and Humber residents fear impact of dementia

2018-07-11T08:50:20+00:00July 11th, 2018|News|

A new report has revealed that 77% of adults in Yorkshire and the Humber are worried about dementia and losing the ability to make important decisions for themselves in later life. That figure is contained in a new report from the Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE) who have launched a campaign” Choice Not Chance” [...]

Beware Attorneys Bearing Gifts: Making Payments under a Power of Attorney

2018-07-04T21:40:22+00:00July 4th, 2018|News|

You could say there are two sides to acting as someone’s Attorney under a under a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). On the one hand, you have the authority to make very important decisions on that person’s behalf – something which could be critical if they are unable to do this for themselves. On [...]

Your Creative Legacy – Who Will Get Your Intellectual Property When You Die?

2018-06-08T16:27:43+00:00June 6th, 2018|News|

When planning to provide for your loved ones after you are gone, it can be easy to focus only on your physical and financial possessions. However, if you are a creative person, you might be overlooking some assets which are potentially very valuable, your intellectual property. Many creative people wish to be remembered after [...]

Do I need a solicitor to help me administer an estate?

2018-05-03T19:07:31+00:00May 3rd, 2018|News|

When someone dies, they leave behind an ‘estate’. Their estate is formed from all their money, assets, property, possessions, debts, and liabilities. As you might imagine, bringing together and valuing all these different pieces can be a difficult and lengthy process.  But it must be done, and the task is the responsibility of the [...]

Joint Ownership – Does Joint Money and Property pass in my Will?

2018-04-24T12:49:26+00:00February 9th, 2018|News|

You have probably heard the term ‘estate’ when it comes to inheritance. It generally means the money, property, assets, personal belongings etc of someone who has died. Their estate will also include any debts or other liabilities (such as utility bills or credit card balances) which that person had at the time of their [...]

Government refund scheme launched for Powers of Attorney

2018-04-24T12:48:01+00:00February 1st, 2018|News|

Today, the Government has launched a scheme to enable people in England and Wales to Claim back excessive fees they paid the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) for Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) and Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) applications. The OPG refund scheme is for fee payments between 1 April 2013 and 31 [...]

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