Norfolk Community Foundation
Across Norfolk, over 2,000 small charities and voluntary groups work every day to reduce poverty, support mental wellbeing, alleviate loneliness, combat the causes of youth crime, help vulnerable families and improve community spaces (to mention just a few issues being tackled). These vital groups are set up by people who care, responding to needs as they emerge. However, they often remain reliant on grant funding to continue their essential work.
Norfolk Community Foundation use their expertise and reach to join the dots, connecting caring people who have resources to offer with local causes that need support. At Not for Profit Law we are proud to donate our profits to Norfolk Community Foundation, playing a small part in supporting their incredible work.
Access to the Residence Nil Rate Band could save your estate up to £140,000 in Inheritance Tax, but the allowance could be lost without thought to the provisions in your Will.
As our population ages more people require residential care. What you might have to pay for your care depends on your individual circumstances.
Acting as an attorney for someone who has lost their mental capacity under a Property and Financial Affairs Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) can raise difficult questions around the issue of gifting.
Whilst we appreciate you are likely to be dealing with a lot if you are going through a separation, there are some important points about your will which you should consider as soon as possible.
We are delighted to launch our new legal services business, Not For Profit Law.