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I will organise my Will tomorrow

I will organise my Will tomorrow. Does this sound familiar?  Is planning your Will on your list of ‘important job’s to do’, but somehow, you just never seem to be able to find the time?  You’re no doubt managing many other daily life pressures, which result in ‘Making a Will’ being pushed to the bottom […]

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Dementia-friendly film season comes to Hitchin

A season of dementia-friendly film screenings is coming to Hitchin, thanks to funding from the National Lottery Film Audience Network (FAN). Hitchin Film, in conjunction with advocacy charity Pohwer, will host the screenings in the Studio at the Market Theatre on Sun Street. The screenings are made dementia-friendly through the use of brighter lighting, quieter […]

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Employment Law: Dealing With Disputes At Work

Sometimes problems that occur in the workplace can quickly spiral out of control, and in some cases it can be difficult to know how to deal with those situations. Knowing your rights under employment law can help, whether you’re an employer or an employee, and in many cases this will help you to solve the […]

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Boundary Disputes: What To Do

When moving into a home, establishing the exact positioning of your property’s boundaries isn’t always going to be your main concern. While any issues with boundaries should be identified during the conveyancing process when purchasing a home, there are a few ways in which you can help to avoid any disputes over boundaries. While some […]

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Putting Your Children First In A Divorce

Divorce and separation can have a huge negative impact on children that are caught in the middle. Children are affected differently from adults when it comes to a separation, and can have feelings of anxiety, anger and sadness, and may even think that they are the cause of the difficulties between their parents. Children can […]

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The Dementia Guide To Planning Ahead

Dementia is not a natural part of ageing and it occurs when the brain is affected by a disease. This then leads to a group of symptoms which can often include memory loss, difficulties with thinking, problem-solving as well as language, and sometimes changes in mood and the person’s behaviours. As dementia progresses it becomes […]

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