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By 2021, there will be one million people in the UK with dementia. The diagnosis of a loved one can bring unexpected challenges to family and friends as they begin to understand the ramifications of dementia. One often overlooked problem … Continue reading

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Just what could mild-mannered IT contractor Edward Snowden have in common with the notorious Great Train robber Ronnie Biggs? While their backgrounds, and most certainly their occupations, are poles apart, they have both been subject to extradition requests (one successful, … Continue reading

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As a nation we are not very good at talking to each other about important matters such as serious illness, end-of-life care or death. Perhaps we secretly think that by talking about something that has not yet happened, and may … Continue reading

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Preparing for the future goes beyond simply making a will, stipulating who will get what on your death. With life expectancy and diagnoses of dementia increasing it has never been so important to consider appointing someone to act on your … Continue reading

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While teachers and children cannot wait for the summer holidays, their excitement is not always shared by parents who are separated or divorced. Issues involving children, such as where they will live and how they will spend time with each … Continue reading

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