Virtual legal talks for carers

23rd September 20

Carers are being invited to join free of charge virtual video talks being held by M2M Community Solicitors LLP.

The talks each explain an area of law in a way to give people a clear understanding of it. And after each talk there is a time for anyone to ask questions.

Where questions are of a personal nature, emails are sent to the solicitors with telephone numbers so that the solicitors can call and have a personal conversation where advice can be provided.

Marie Quinn of M2M Community Solicitors LLP said, “Some carers have been left feeling even more alone than usual during lockdown and have not had the time or the will to deal with any queries they have.

“We are a friendly community solicitors practice who simply want to change the way people look at solicitors and have somewhere they feel they can turn to in order to discuss a matter and obtain advice confidentially.

“We are very proud of our community links and the relationships we have built over many years with organisations that mean a lot to us personally.”

The details and links for the Zoom talks are as follows:


Monday 28 September 2020 at 12pm

This talk covers the formalities needed for a valid Will and what needs to be considered so you do not need to keep re-doing your Will. Many people think that they know everything needed for a valid Will however, there are many issues which are often not considered but will be covered in this talk.

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Tuesday 29 September 2020 at 12pm

This talk will cover the general process for probate and is one of the most requested talks that they have at the moment.

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Lasting Powers of Attorney

Thursday 1 October 2020 at 12pm-

This talk covers the formalities needed for Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) and the different considerations through the applications based on different circumstances. Not everyone needs an LPA and this talk should identify the circumstances.

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Court of Protection

Friday 2 October 2020 at 12pm –

This talk covers the circumstances of when a person needs deputyship and when they should not need it especially in relation to Property and financial affairs. If it is needed, then the general process which needs to be followed.

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Other Considerations

Monday 5 October 2020 at 12pm –

This talk covers a number of common questions we are asked, the main one concerns family members asking their relatives to transfer their property to them during their lifetime and the pitfalls associated with doing this.

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Tuesday 6 October 2020 at 12pm

This talk is on the ‘hot’ subject of redundancy. It covers the different elements of redundancy and settlement agreements.

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