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  • Emma Fuller - Wills, Probate and LPA
    Dementia Friends – An Alzheimer’s Society Initiative
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    A lot of our work involves dealing with elderly clients and their families. Unfortunately, a lot of the time, as we get older, our health deteriorates and this can affect our mental capacity. At Edward Hands and Lewis Solicitors, we pride ourselves on offering an excellent client service and aim to always go over and above… Learn more

  • Macmillan Coffee Morning at the Market Harborough Branch
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    After much hard work and a long night of baking, the Market Harborough branch held a Macmillan Coffee Morning on Tuesday 15th September 2015 at the office. The branch managed to raise a total of £226.74 which was absolutely fantastic and completely unexpected. The people of Market Harborough demonstrated their generosity and support throughout the… Learn more

  • EHL Wills Team
    Solicitors in Stoney Stanton helped to raise £1000 for Charity
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    I am delighted that a team of our solicitors participated in the recent Ladies Rounder’s competition held to raise funds for local charity, Matthew Needham Treasure Chest, based in Stoney Stanton.           About Matthew Needham Treasure Chest   The Matthew Needham Treasure Chest was set up in memory of Matthew Needham who sadly lost… Learn more

  • Paul Stubbs - Litigation
    Virgin London Marathon 2014
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     January is over so we are edging ever closer to race day.  The training schedule has been adjusted to provide for long runs on Sunday mornings now rather than at my convenience so my body can get used to running distance at a regular time.  So far that adjustment has gone quite well and set… Learn more

  • Paul Stubbs - Litigation
    Virgin London Marathon 2014
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    And so training begins.  The turn into 2014 marks 100 days until race day and all those people who had convinced themselves they would begin training for the even in the New Year (me), must now wake up and face reality.  It is happening.  This year.   Helpfully there is a training programme for the… Learn more

  • Emma Fuller - Wills, Probate and LPA
    Remember a Charity in your Will Week – why make a will?
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    Remember a Charity in your Will week runs from 9th to 15th September this year, and looks to encourage charitable donations in Wills. Many charities depend on legacies, and every legacy helps, whatever the amount.  So why make a Will and leave money to Charity? i)                    Everyone should have a Will anyway regardless of age,… Learn more

  • Paul Stubbs - Litigation
    Edward Webb blogs about his experience on the bike ride from Leicester to Skegness
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      This weekend a team from EHL undertook the epic journey from Leicester to Skegness on bikes. It was a grueling 6 hours, I’m still not sure what possessed me to get up at 5:30 am on a Saturday and cycle from Leicester to Skegness, madness must run in the family. This is the second time I… Learn more

  • Emma Fuller - Wills, Probate and LPA
    Gifting money to charity in your Will
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      With the great EHL and LOROS marathon cycle ride from Leicester to Skegness less than 24 hours away please do not hesitate to use the link on our website to sponsor our intrepid team. They’ve all been burning up the roads in training for this 86 mile endurance event. I’m sure they will all be… Learn more

  • Andrew Robinson - Employment Law
    Calls to Shelter Increase Following Government Cuts
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      Shelter has reported a 40% rise in calls to their housing charity helpline. Increases in living cuts combined with benefits cuts mean more and more people are struggling to afford somewhere to live. New visitors to their website have also doubled in the past year.   The benefit cuts which came into force this… Learn more

  • Leanne Hathaway - Tax and Trusts
    Tamworth named as “fattest” place as UK faces obseity crisis
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    Photo Credit: Tobyotter via Compfight cc The “fat” debate is back.  Yesterday the wonderfully named NOO (National Obesity Observatory) updated its obesity survey and re-started the discussion about Tamworth and Gateshead – officially the “fattest” places in the UK with over 30% of the population being classed as obese.  The data goes back to 2011, and Tamworth… Learn more

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