Retirement Rebellion Blog

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We all have a book in us

We all have a book in us

Publishing a book doesn't have to be a fantasy... I love stories. Always have. Although I didn’t like reading much at school. That was because it was forced on me and I’ve never been one to conform! I never imagined I’d become an author, let alone of 10 books, but the...

Let’s rid retirement of shame

Let’s rid retirement of shame

There's no shame in retirement... Ask any retired person what they do, and most will respond with, “retired teacher”, “former salesman” or “well, I used to be a doctor, mechanic, cook…” It’s rare for someone to simply say, “I’m retired.” So why is this? Well, the...

Don’t be tired, be inspired…

Don’t be tired, be inspired…

Meet Retirement Rebel, Nikki Kenward Nikki Kenward isn’t your average sixty-eight-year-old, but she’s hoping to be. You see, she, like me, is on a mission to encourage everyone NOT to retire.  In her words, “you just can’t.” Of course, neither of us expect you to work...

Shredding My Skin

Shredding My Skin

What can you leave behind in 2021 that no longer serves you? Sitting in my office the other day, my mind wandering aimlessly, I caught sight of something on my wall.  My certificates. Documents showcasing my hard work, determination, and years of toil.  Framed and...

Make today THE day you find out why

Make today THE day you find out why

Ready to find your purpose in retirement? It may sound harsh, but I often ask people, “What are you doing here?  What are you contributing to this world? What’s your purpose?”  The answers are often vague and usually accompanied by a worried and/or startled...

We Need To Talk About Purpose

We Need To Talk About Purpose

Purpose - The Real Secret To Retirement Now I know I’ve said this many times, but for those of you who don’t know, when I retired it was sudden. One day I was living a life filled with purpose, the next, I was told that I only had six months to live. Thankfully, that...

Arghhhhh! Why I’m Screaming at my Screen

Arghhhhh! Why I’m Screaming at my Screen

Retirement courses: Why they're as important as financial advice Spoiler alert: I’m not one to get mad. I don’t shout, well, not very often. And I like to resolve disagreements in a non-confrontational manner. But this week, I felt the need to scream at my screen and...

Let’s All Be A Little More Jennifer

Let’s All Be A Little More Jennifer

They say things happen for a reason and although I wouldn’t wish being told you only have six months to live on anyone, that moment has brought great things to my life.  Things I’d never have imagined – not in my wildest dreams. One of those ‘things’ (although I hate...

It’s The Journey, Not The Arrival, That Counts

It’s The Journey, Not The Arrival, That Counts

Life is a journey - and retirement shouldn't be the final destination A couple of weeks ago, a friend introduced me to a brilliant new podcast – Time of My Life – and as you can imagine from the title, it’s right up my street.It’s the brainchild of journalist Laurence...

The Buck Stops Here – Defeating Ageism Starts with You

The Buck Stops Here – Defeating Ageism Starts with You

Ageism is all around.  It’s ingrained culturally, socially, economically. It’s the last acceptable prejudice and, as the UN puts it, “an insidious scourge on society.” You only need to turn on the TV, pick up a newspaper or take public transport to see that. Sadly,...

Here We Go Again…

Here We Go Again…

They’re one of the biggest pop acts of all time, but when ABBA split in 1982, they vowed never to reunite. That was then, but today they’re back – with a new album, a purpose-built concert hall and a ‘sure-to-be-a-sell-out’ show. I, like millions of fans, was elated...

Money – It’s Not the Answer to A Dream Retirement

Money – It’s Not the Answer to A Dream Retirement

Money, Money, Money... This week I follow on from a previous blog about the gender pensions gap and why telling women – or anyone in fact – that saving more or for longer is the answer.  In this day and age that advice is, in my opinion, irresponsible and...

Climb Every Mountain – Go On, I Dare You

Climb Every Mountain – Go On, I Dare You

Why Retirement Didn't Work For Me - And How My Retirement Courses Can Work For You! In the words of Maria Von Trapp, let’s start at the very beginning… I’ve done retirement, I hated it. Why? Because I lacked purpose and passion. I filled my days, I made myself useful,...

Why Do So Many Of Us Sleepwalk Into Retirement?

Why Do So Many Of Us Sleepwalk Into Retirement?

Let me help you create a retirement with purpose Are you thinking of retiring? Perhaps you just have? Maybe you were spurred on to do so by the craziness of the past couple of years. Whatever your reasons I’d like to ask you a question… How much time have you spent...

Why the Reality of Retirement Today is Far from a Dream

Why the Reality of Retirement Today is Far from a Dream

Long, lazy lunches, rounds of golf, a spot of yoga and an endless stream of all expenses paid holidays. Is this the kind of retirement you dream of? Whilst many aspire to spend their third stage of life like this, the reality is, few can – or do.  COVID aside, it’s...

Are you too scared to retire?

Are you too scared to retire?

Does retirement scare you? I ask because fear of retirement is something I hear over and over again.  Clients often tell me that their work gives them purpose and a sense of identity, something they really can’t imagine life without. My response to their concerns is...

Do you have a retirement plan for your later life?

Do you have a retirement plan for your later life?

Do you have a ‘blueprint’ for your later life? The reason I’m asking is because many people don’t… And yet they still expect to live the life they want in retirement. But the problem is, creating such a blueprint takes time and effort. I know many of you have put that...

What’s your retirement personality type?

What’s your retirement personality type?

Want to know how to have the perfect retirement? You need my new quiz! What’s your retirement personality type? Is this something you have ever wondered? I ask because when I’m talking to my clients, I see three distinct types emerging. And they are always fascinated...

Retirement Rebels: Susan Stone

Retirement Rebels: Susan Stone

Retirement Rebels: Susan Stone on why you should never underestimate the power of the mind Welcome once again to my Retirement Rebel interview series. This month I introduce you to Susan Stone, CHT, PSYCH-K Facilitator, Emotional Intelligence Specialist,...

June: an exciting month for Retirement Rebels!

June: an exciting month for Retirement Rebels!

It's an exciting summer for Retirement Rebels The summer is finally here… and with it has arrived an exciting month for the Retirement Rebellion community. In fact, I have three things to tell you about which are going on in June, so get ready! My last live webinar...

Retirement: No time for complacency

Retirement: No time for complacency

Eight ways to prevent complacency creeping in during later life It’s easy to become complacent in retirement: I should know, it happened to me when I semi-retired a while back. It’s one of the reasons I became a ‘retirement rebel’! And I see it in my clients too: when...

Three Secrets to a Daring Retirement

Three Secrets to a Daring Retirement

Want to know the secret to a daring retirement? As a baby boomer, retired or not, you know there are things you could, and should, be doing differently in your life. But perhaps you simply haven’t had time to figure out what you should be doing next.  That’s why, in...

Retirement Rebels: Ross MacPhail

Retirement Rebels: Ross MacPhail

Retirement Rebels: Ross MacPhail on why life over 50 is filled with so many possibilities Welcome back to my monthly ‘Retirement Rebel’ interview series. This month I talk to Ross MacPhail, who attended one of my webinars and loved my DARE process. Based in Ontario,...

What is your purpose?

What is your purpose?

Do you know what your purpose is? I want to talk to you about what your purpose is. Do you really know? If the answer to that is “No” or, “I don’t know”, don't worry… you’re not alone! But consider this: not recognising what your purpose is until the end of your life...

Do you have a ‘blueprint’ for your later life?

Do you have a ‘blueprint’ for your later life?

Do you have a ‘blueprint’ for your later life? The reason I’m asking is because many people don’t… and yet they still expect to live the life they want in retirement. But the problem is, creating such a blueprint takes time and effort. I know many of you have put that...

Retirement Rebels: Teresa Bruni

Retirement Rebels: Teresa Bruni

Retirement Rebels:  Teresa Bruni on why we should all be laughing every dayWelcome back to our monthly ‘Retirement Rebel’ interview series. This month I talk to Teresa Bruni, author, speaker, and founder of Less Fear, More Flow LLC, and The 2020 Resilience Journal...

Starting small, dreaming big – introducing The Joy Club

Starting small, dreaming big – introducing The Joy Club

Starting small, dreaming big - introducing The Joy ClubWelcome back to my ongoing series of guest blogs, where I invite inspiring people from my community to feature their work on my site.This month, we have Hannah Thomson, Founder CEO of The Joy Club, an exciting new...

What exactly is ‘purpose’ – and why is it important?

What exactly is ‘purpose’ – and why is it important?

Why is purpose so important in life?You may already have noticed my fascination with the concept of ‘purpose’ – indeed, my flagship course dares you to discover your own!But what exactly is purpose, and where does the word come from? Well, it originates from ‘purpus’,...

What does the Budget mean for your pension?

What does the Budget mean for your pension?

Hint: it’s not what you think…If you live in the UK, like me, you will have been listening out last week for news from the Chancellor Rishi Sunak. And if you’re over 50, you will have no doubt been particularly interested in how his Budget announcement will affect...

Retirement Rebels: Daryl Chapman

Retirement Rebels: Daryl Chapman

Retirement Rebels: Daryl Chapman on why experience is under-valuedWelcome back to our monthly ‘Retirement Rebel’ interview series. This month I talk to Daryl Chapman, who is working alongside his daughter to drive a multi-million pound candle business. Daryl, 60,...

A new way to prepare for retirement

A new way to prepare for retirement

Welcome back to the latest in my series of guest blogs, where I invite inspiring people from my community to feature their work on my site. This month, we have Martin Hyde, Associate Professor in Gerontology at Swansea University and a researcher in the field of work,...

Did you have a happy Valentine’s Day?

Did you have a happy Valentine’s Day?

Five ideas for romantic survival Happy or not, I’m sure your Valentine's Day was unlike any you’ve had before - after all, it was the first one in ‘lockdown’ for many of us. But if you weren’t greeted by a dozen red roses on the 14th February, or a heart-emblazoned...

Join me for ‘A Booming Life For Boomers’

Join me for ‘A Booming Life For Boomers’

In this week’s blog, I’d like to share some exciting news with you - and extend an invitation. This Wednesday (February 10th, 2021) I’m hosting a live webinar called ‘A Booming Life For Boomers’, and I’d love you to join me. During the webinar, you’ll be introduced to...

Retirement Rebel: Richard Murphy

Retirement Rebel: Richard Murphy

Retirement Rebel: Richard MurphyWelcome back to our monthly ‘Retirement Rebel’ interview series. This month I talk to Richard Murphy, a former actuary who is now the Liberal Democrat candidate for Police & Crime Commissioner for Hampshire & Isle of Wight, as...

Are your pensions funds in fact a fantasy?

Are your pensions funds in fact a fantasy?

Are your pensions funds in fact a fantasy?One big issue that comes up time and time again for my clients is not appreciating that they are absolutely correct in worrying about their finances and pensions funds. This is because they know, at a subconscious level that,...

Why uncertainty is good for you – especially in later life

Why uncertainty is good for you – especially in later life

Why uncertainty is good for you We’ve all faced a lot more uncertainty than usual over the last year. And it’s no surprise that for many of us this feeling hasn’t been very welcome, that’s because uncertainty -  feeling unsure about what’s happening next in your life...

Retirement Rebels: Helen Hirsh Spence

Retirement Rebels: Helen Hirsh Spence

Retirement Rebels: Helen Hirsh SpenceOur first ‘Retirement Rebel’ interview of 2021 features Helen Hirsh Spence of Top Sixty Over Sixty, which provides businesses and individuals with the resources necessary to thrive in today’s rapidly changing and ageing world. A...

2020… a year none of us will forget

2020… a year none of us will forget

2020… a year none of us will forgetWhat a year it’s been. As I write this final blog post to you, my Retirement Rebellion community, it has got me thinking how we started 2020 off: full of hope and optimism for the year ahead.My hope is that we can start 2021 in a...

Happy holidays to all of you 

Happy holidays to all of you 

This week’s blog is short and sweet - the main event is this video below that I’ve recorded to send my Christmas wishes to you, with some thoughts on 2020 for you to mull over over the holiday period. I’ll be back next week to see in the New Year with a line up of the...

Where to Retire: 7 Questions Before Making Your Move

Where to Retire: 7 Questions Before Making Your Move

Welcome back to the latest in my new monthly series of guest blogs, where I invite inspiring people from my community to feature their work on my site. This month, we have Rosemary Bointon, who helps older people work out what to do now to live longer, in better...

Watch and learn: A bit more about my videos

Watch and learn: A bit more about my videos

In this week’s blog, I want to tell you a bit more about some of the videos I’ve captured of my work over the years. You may have spotted the videos section on my site, but perhaps you’ve not explored it yet. After reading this you will hopefully be inspired to do...

Retirement Rebels: Mike Drak

Retirement Rebels: Mike Drak

Retirement Rebels: Mike DrakWelcome back to my ‘Retirement Rebel’ interview series. My guest answering the usual ten quick-fire questions is Mike Drak of Victory Lap Retirement, a group of retirement rebels just like me!You can find Mike on Twitter, Facebook and read...

A little something to mark Thanksgiving

A little something to mark Thanksgiving

As many of you know, I lived in the US for a number of years. And now, even though I am back in London, Thanksgiving is a holiday that I always observe. Not only that, It’s associated with gratitude, which is of course the cornerstone of what I teach - you only have...

What does the future of work look like for mature workers?

What does the future of work look like for mature workers?

Welcome back to the latest in my new monthly series of guest blogs, where I invite inspiring people from the world of ‘positive aging’ to feature their work on my site. This month, we have Hunter Leonard, multi award winning businessman and founder of Silver &...

The changing face of retirement

The changing face of retirement

The changing face of retirementAs we all know, the global pandemic has affected millions of people financially. And not just that, COVID-19 has also changed the way we look at retirement, which is of particular interest to me.This week I read about some new research...

Retirement Rebels: Wendy Green

Retirement Rebels: Wendy Green

Welcome back to my ‘Retirement Rebel’ interview series. Answering my 10 quick-fire questions this month is Wendy Green, host of the Hey, Boomer podcast, a weekly Facebook Live show which I featured on a couple of months ago.You can find Wendy on Facebook or check out...

My books… and what I love about writing

My books… and what I love about writing

In this week’s blog, I want to tell you a bit more about some of the books I’ve written over the years. You might have noticed there is a books section on my site, but perhaps you’ve not explored it yet. Hopefully after reading this blog you will be inspired to do...

Improve the quality of life after retirement

Improve the quality of life after retirement

Welcome back to my monthly series of guest blogs, where I invite writers from my Retirement Rebellion network to feature their work on my site. This month I welcome Rosy Prose, of Seeing It Clearly Now. This post was originally published on her blog here and has been...

The myth of ‘the good old days’

The myth of ‘the good old days’

A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog post about the lockdown declutter that I was having – like many of us are at the moment. As I told you, I’m a firm believer in ‘making space’ for new things in life by clearing out the old.In this blog, I wanted to follow on from that...

Let’s celebrate Silver Sunday

Let’s celebrate Silver Sunday

As retirement rebels, I’m sure you will all joIn me in supporting this year’s Silver Sunday, the 4th October – the national day for older people. I’m pleased to see the Duchess of Cornwall has got behind the initiative: she seems to have an irreverent sense of humour...

Retirement Rebels: Maggy Pigott

Retirement Rebels: Maggy Pigott

It’s that time again when I welcome a new ‘Retirement Rebel’ to my blog to answer 10 quick-fire questions. This month, I’m honoured to introduce Maggy Pigott, CBE.Maggy had a 37-year career in the Civil Service dealing with the administration of justice. Since...

What Retirement Mistakes Could You Be Making?

What Retirement Mistakes Could You Be Making?

Have you ever asked yourself this question? It’s something I get asked a lot by my clients. And that’s why I’ve created something brand new which I’m excited to be sharing with you today. It’s a quiz called “What Retirement Mistakes Could You Be Making?“ and you can...

That Dull Feeling – Could It Be Ambiguous Loss?

That Dull Feeling – Could It Be Ambiguous Loss?

Welcome to the latest in my new monthly series of guest blogs, where I invite inspirational retirement bloggers to feature their work on my site. This month, we have Susan Williams of Booming Encore talking about that ‘dull, uneasy feeling’ that many of us have been...

My feature in Top Santé magazine

My feature in Top Santé magazine

I’ve got some exciting news to share with you. The September issue of Top Santé, which is the UK’s leading healthy lifestyle magazine for grown-up women, is out – and it includes an article by me!I’m thrilled that my feature, which is called ‘Holding Back the Years’,...

Changing your life can start with a clear out

Changing your life can start with a clear out

Like many people during lockdown, I have made use of this extra time at home to do some ‘decluttering’. I’m a firm believer in ‘making space’ for new things in life by clearing out the old. I didn’t learn this from my parents though: my father never threw anything...

Welcome back to my podcast series

Welcome back to my podcast series

I’ve had so much wonderful feedback on my podcast series that I wanted to tell you about it again - and give you a chance to listen if you haven’t done so before. The series explores some of my favourite authors, and the books they’ve written that inspire my work as a...

Retirement Rebels: Rosemary Bointon

Retirement Rebels: Rosemary Bointon

Recently, I’ve been meeting some amazing people from the over-50s blogging community and having some inspiring conversations on social media. That’s how I discovered Rosemary Bointon, who tweets as Superaging Adventure and blogs as Long Life Fun Life.With names like...

Positivity and its life-changing effects on your brain

Positivity and its life-changing effects on your brain

Positivity and its life-changing effects on your brainI have always thought that positivity was good for the brain. However, I was still taken aback when I read a recent article on the CNN website, titled Negative thinking linked to dementia in later life. This didn’t...

Can I ask for your opinion about retirement?

Can I ask for your opinion about retirement?

Do you know what your "retirement type" is? Or what type of retirement is right for you, and when – or if – it should happen? Here at Retirement Rebellion, we are in the final stages of releasing a retirement quiz that will help you answer some of these important...

Retirement Rebels: John Rick

Retirement Rebels: John Rick

It’s time for me to introduce a new Retirement Rebel to you. He’s the latest in my series of interviews with rebels I’ve met along the way. And this one, I”ve known for a particularly long time! My ‘rebels’ all answer the same quick-fire questions, and we’re getting...

Mindset Masters: Ken Robinson

Mindset Masters: Ken Robinson

I’m very excited to introduce the next instalment of my blog series Mindset Masters. This month, I’ve been exploring the work of Ken Robinson, who many of you may know already. Robinson is a British author, speaker and international advisor on education to government,...

Loneliness – One of the many hazards of retirement

Loneliness – One of the many hazards of retirement

Loneliness: One of the many hazards of retirement I recently read a fascinating article in The Economist, called ‘All the lonely people’. It was actually a review of two books that once again opened the debate on the difference between solitude and loneliness, a theme...

Another chance to join my retirement masterclass

Another chance to join my retirement masterclass

Did you watch my Retirement Rebellion Masterclass last month? I had a great turnout and I hope if you attended that you enjoyed it as much as I did. The time won’t have suited everyone so I’m excited to announce that my retirement masterclass is now available for you...

Retirement Rebels: Ceri Wheeldon

Retirement Rebels: Ceri Wheeldon

I’m very excited to introduce my next Retirement Rebel to you. She’s the latest in my series of interviews with trailblazing individuals, who champion positive ageing, I’ve met on my Retirement Rebellion journey. And like Sigrid and Shayne from my previous blogs, she...

Mindset Masters: Eckhart Tolle

Mindset Masters: Eckhart Tolle

I’m delighted to introduce the next instalment of my blog series Mindset Masters. This month, I’ve been delving into the work of one of my favourite authors, Eckhart Tolle, who many of you may know already. Tolle is a German-born resident of Canada and a celebrated...

Introducing the Retirement Rebellion Masterclass

Introducing the Retirement Rebellion Masterclass

Reaching retirement is a celebration of a new chapter and a chance to embrace a new life that work would never allow. So why do so many people feel disconnected, disheartened, and disoriented by retirement? In these uncertain and often worrying times, I’m delighted to...

Retirement Rebels: Shayne Brodie

Retirement Rebels: Shayne Brodie

The latest in my series of interviews with ‘Retirement Rebels’ features Shayne Brodie, an Instagram influencer, a.k.a. ‘Ms Silver Linings’ who advocates style at any age and is known for what she calls her ‘silver disobedience’.  She’s also a model with Colours Agency...

Mindset Masters: Brene Brown

Mindset Masters: Brene Brown

It’s time for another instalment of my blog series Mindset Masters. I hope you’ve been enjoying the series so far. This month, I’m looking at Brené Brown’s Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead. Brené...

Why are some people ashamed of being retired?

Why are some people ashamed of being retired?

Last summer, when things were ‘normal’ (before COVID-19 that is), I read an interesting article on the BBC website, called ‘Why we lie about being retired’. It was about shame, and more precisely, about the growing number of people who felt a sense of shame about...

Retirement Rebels: Malcolm McDonald

Retirement Rebels: Malcolm McDonald

It’s that time of the month when we have our regular catch-up with a Retirement Rebel. These inspiring individuals are people I’ve met on my journey and they’ve all chosen not to follow the herd in later life. I ask these rebels the same quick fire questions, and...

How we deal with lockdown can help us in retirement

How we deal with lockdown can help us in retirement

If you’ve been following my blogs, you’ll know that every month I like to bring you a new podcast. Well, this month that won’t be happening because, unfortunately, and like many of us, I’ve been in quarantine. I started suffering from symptoms of COVID-19 about two...

An appearance on the Standard Life ‘MoneyPlus’ site

An appearance on the Standard Life ‘MoneyPlus’ site

I’m always delighted when I’m asked to give my perspective on retirement, especially when it’s by a pension company as large as Standard Life. Their MoneyPlus blog provides tips and guidance for an important part of retirement: your life savings.  Standard Life have...

Retirement Rebels: Sigrid Macdonald

Retirement Rebels: Sigrid Macdonald

I’m delighted to be able to introduce my next Retirement Rebel to you. She’s the third in my series of interviews with trailblazing individuals I’ve met on my Retirement Rebellion journey. And like John and Bob from my previous blogs, she is certainly not following...

Mindset Masters: Dr Joe Dispenza

Mindset Masters: Dr Joe Dispenza

I’m excited that it’s time for the third instalment of my blog series Mindset Masters. I hope you’ve been enjoying the series so far: it’s a pleasure to share with you the books that have inspired me most as a ‘Retirement Rebel’. In this blog, I’m exploring Dr Joe...

Why is retirement bad for your health?

Why is retirement bad for your health?

Research from the Institute of Economic Affairs suggests that retirement may initially benefit health – by reducing stress and creating time for other activities, but adverse effects increase as retirement goes on. It found retirement increases the chances of...

Introducing Spirit of Gratitude: Crises are Opportunities

Introducing Spirit of Gratitude: Crises are Opportunities

Until now, books about mindset and gratitude have focused on Millennials and Generation X, early adopters of the emotional wellness movement.  In this blog post, I’m going to tell you about my new book, one that bucks this trend, focusing on baby-boomers who have...

Retirement Rebels: John K Bleimaier

Retirement Rebels: John K Bleimaier

Welcome to the second instalment in my new, monthly ‘Retirement Rebels’ series, quick-fire interviews with inspiring personalities I’ve met on my journey. What they all have in common is the fact that in later life, they’ve all found their purpose and taken steps...

Mindset Masters: Bruce Lipton

Mindset Masters: Bruce Lipton

Welcome to the second instalment of my new blog series Mindset Masters. In this series I’m exploring some of the authors that have inspired me most on my journey to being a ‘retirement rebel’ – challenging the way we live our lives after the age of 50. Last month, I...

Retirement Rebels: Bob Hall

Retirement Rebels: Bob Hall

Welcome to my brand-new, monthly Retirement Rebels series: quick-fire interviews with some of the fascinating people I’ve met on my journey. They have one thing in common: the fact that in later life, they’ve all chosen not to take the well-trodden path, and instead...

Mindset Masters: James Allen

Mindset Masters: James Allen

Welcome to a new blog series that explores some of my favourite authors, and the books they’ve written that inspire my work as a ‘retirement rebel’ – challenging the way we live our lives after the age of 50. Kicking off this new series is James Allen, a British...

Three fundamental ways our lives change in retirement

Three fundamental ways our lives change in retirement

Three fundamental ways our lives change in retirement “What is true in the morning of life is a lie in the afternoon of life”, said Carl Jung, the eminent Swiss psychologist and psychoanalyst of the 20th century. This quote rings especially true when you’re thinking...

My American Dream

My American Dream

In May 1985, I travelled to New York with my wife Talyn in what was to become my eight-year odyssey in America. I started my first business with my brother Chris, which was a furniture importing company with distribution across interior design showrooms in...

The Gift of a Bone Tumor

The Gift of a Bone Tumor

In January 2007, three separate events collided to create a perfect storm in my life. First, my wife and I had sold our home, and we were in the process of packing to move to a rental. Second, my wife received news that her father had suffered a stroke and...

Decision to Litigate

Decision to Litigate

In April 2007, while I was recuperating from my surgery, my brother-in-law approached me to help him sort of out his father’s estate. Back in 2002, their pharmaceutical business had gone into administration (UK version of Chapter 11 in the US) due to cash...

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