Private Client Bulletin — sharing the summer holidays; don’t take a risk drink-driving; give a lasting power of attorney; and more

IBB Solicitors has released the spring 2014 issue of its Private Client Bulletin, in which Amanda Melton advises separated parents on how to plan a stress-free summer and Caroline Dunne discusses what to do if you are stopped and breathalysed.


  • Editors’ letter
    Charlotte O’Brien and Alexander Mahdavi introduce the issue
  • Sharing the summer holidays
    Amanda Melton advises separated parents on how to plan a stress-free summer
  • Don’t take a risk drink-driving
    IBB consultant Caroline Dunne on what to do if you are stopped and breathalysed
  • Give a lasting power of attorney
    Charlotte O’Brien on an unusual but useful gift
  • Mythbuster
    Alex Mahdavi on why transferring property to someone else may not be the solution
  • Renovations at the Bury
    Giving our building a little TLC
  • News in brief
    Topical issues for consumers and business
  • Events
    Highlights of last year and the year ahead
  • IBB people
    New faces in the private client group

Click on the link below to read the IBB Solicitors briefing.

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