Posts by PKAdmin

Wrongly paid care fees R...

If you or a loved one are paying or have paid care fees, you may be eligible for a refund. Regardless of an individual’s financial position, if they are paying for care and their physical and/or mental needs reach certain levels their care should be fully funded by the NHS Continuing Healthcare Scheme. If you […]

Lasting Power of Attorney f...

If you registered a Lasting Power of Attorney between 2013 and 2017 you may be entitled to a partial refund on the registration fees paid, of up to £54.00. Why is a refund due? The operational costs of the Office of the Public Guardian decreased in 2013, but this was not reflected in the registration […]

Harry Styles and the Papara...

Pictures of Harry Styles, who came to fame in the boy band One Direction created in the X factor TV show, can be regularly found in gossip magazines and websites. They are interested in his hair, his clothes, and who he is and isn’t dating. However, Styles has applied for an injunction to the Courts […]

What is the Court of Protec...

Some recent sensational newspaper headlines include:- “Italian woman who was given forced caesarean section: I want my baby back” (The Guardian) “I want my daughter, I’m suffering like an animal: Forced caesarean mother speaks out as council bids to gag Press” (Daily Mail) It is becoming increasingly common to read stories in the news about […]

Twitter and the Law

The Attorney General Dominic Grieve has announced today that he will publish information on the implications of social media and being in contempt of court. There have been a number of high profile cases such as the comedian Alan Davies, Sally Bercow and Peaches Geldof. They individually have made comments on legal proceedings which would […]