• Covid-19 – What Measures are BakerLaw Taking?

    19 July 2021 - We are open for business.

    In keeping with Government guidance, our office is open to clients with additional precautions in place. We require all clients to book an appointment in advance of attending our office and a face covering must be worn for the duration of your visit (unless medically exempt). We are still able to deal with client matters remotely where that is your preference. For further details on the measures in place, please read our Covid-19 Visitor Guide.

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    At BakerLaw LLP we enjoy building long-term relationships with our commercial clients, working hard to understand your business and what you want to achieve.

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    At BakerLaw LLP we are trusted to be involved during some of the most critical times of a person's life. When that time comes, we are here to help.

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Court of Protection and deputyship

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If an individual loses the capacity to manage their own affairs and make important decisions and they have not legally appointed someone to act as their attorney, it may be necessary to apply to the Court of Protection for a deputyship order. When someone...

What happens if you do not want to take up the role of executor?

Hannah McGavin
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It is sometimes the case that the person named in a Will as the deceased’s executor is unable or unwilling to take on the role. The task of executor can be complex and time-consuming. It involves identifying and valuing all of the deceased’s...