• In this virtual Q&A recording in partnership with Maidstone Mencap, find out the answers to your questions on critical legal issues, including Wills, Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection, and discretionary trusts.

    The webinar Q&A is specifically tailored for those with caring responsibilities who would like more information on protecting the interests of young children with disabilities, elderly or vulnerable people, including those living with dementia.

    Who should watch?

    This session will also be of value to the family or carers of those with disabilities or mental capacity issues, who would like information on how to best provide for them in their Will, and the relevant provisions to make.

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    Play the video below to watch the full recording of the webinar.

    Disclaimer: The content of this virtual Q&A is for guidance purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Information correct at time of recording on 9 November 2021.

    Webinar host

    Mary Rimmer, Partner and head of the Elderly and Vulnerable team, Brachers LLP

    Mary has over 17 years’ experience as a private client solicitor. She regularly advises clients on complex Wills, including advising individuals of appropriate ways for providing for disabled and vulnerable beneficiaries.

    Mary specialises in later life planning including powers of attorney, deputyships and looking after the personal affairs of clients for whom Brachers Trust Corporation are deputy or attorney.

    She also deals with statutory Wills, gifting and other applications to the Court of Protection.


    “A background knowledge of this subject is so useful in everyday life. Good decisions at each life stage is the aim. Thank you.”

    “Very well presented.”

    This content is correct at time of publication

    Can we help?

    Take a look at our Court of Protection page for useful information, resources, guidance, details of our team and how we may be able to help you

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