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Snaps, Tunes and Twitter - You Can't Take Them with You

Monday, 12 June 2017

Have you got a Will in place? If so, have you planned what to do with your digital assets?

Snaps, Tunes and Twitter - You Can't Take Them with You

Blogs Divorce & Family Healthcare Private Client

The Blame Game - A Case for No-Fault Divorce

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

If you're a healthcare professional living in England or Wales, you will unfortunately not be able to get a no fault divorce...

The Blame Game - A Case for No-Fault Divorce

Blogs Contentious Probate Private Client

Claims by Disinherited Adult Children - Has the Law Changed?

Thursday, 16 March 2017

The highest court in the land - the Supreme Court - handed down its long-awaited decision on 15 March 2017 in the case of Ilott v Mitson.

Claims by Disinherited Adult Children - Has the Law Changed?

Blogs Private Client Property

6 Things Landowners Should Know to Avoid a Boundary Dispute

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Would you spend thousands of pounds fighting your neighbour in court over ownership of a fence or repair obligations for a wall?

6 Things Landowners Should Know to Avoid a Boundary Dispute

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The Perils of Dying Too Rich

Thursday, 16 February 2017

The new 'residence nil rate band' (RNRB), reducing inheritance tax for some estates, comes into effect from 5 April 2017.

The Perils of Dying Too Rich

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Could your estate be at risk from a claim after your death?

Thursday, 16 February 2017

Recently there has been a lot of publicity surrounding the case of Heather Ilott, who successfully claimed against her mother, Melita's estate after she died.

Could your estate be at risk from a claim after your death?

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What does it take to invalidate a Will? More than Saddam Hussein and space invaders…

Thursday, 16 February 2017

There have been some surprising results in a number of recent cases examined by the courts regarding Wills made by people whose mental capacity is diminishing due to dementia or otherwise.

What does it take to invalidate a Will? More than Saddam Hussein and space invaders…

Blogs Contentious Probate Private Client

Choosing Not to Work, Destroys a Daughter's Will Dispute

Friday, 13 January 2017

Another case of a daughter disputing her parent's Will (Ames v Jones) has been in the news recently. This follows the much-publicised case of Heather Ilott's successful claim against her late mother, Melita Jackson's estate.

Choosing Not to Work, Destroys a Daughter's Will Dispute

Blogs Private Client

All Change for Non-Doms

Friday, 13 January 2017

The draft Finance Bill 2017 published this week has confirmed that the days when people could effectively live in Britain for most of their lives yet avoid British taxes is more or less over.

All Change for Non-Doms

Blogs Private Client

Property Fraud - 4 Things You Should Do to Protect Yourself

Friday, 13 January 2017

The Land Registration Act 2002 was meant to help the advance of electronic conveyancing, the aim being to cut out the old fashioned paper process.

Property Fraud - 4 Things You Should Do to Protect Yourself

Blogs Private Client

Appointing an Attorney - What You Need to Consider

Thursday, 12 January 2017

We frequently receive requests for ‘back to basics’ guides on putting your legal affairs in order. In this issue, we cover Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs).


Blogs Private Client

Taxing Times - Inheritance Tax Explained

Friday, 04 November 2016

Answers to some frequently asked questions on inheritance tax


Blogs Divorce & Family Private Client

Detecting Deceit in Divorce Proceedings - A Cheat's Charter?

Wednesday, 05 October 2016

Following the breakdown of a marriage, trust between a couple can be at an all-time low.


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The Government's New Tax Promises - how does it affect you?

Monday, 03 October 2016

George Osborne's promise of a shiny new £1 million inheritance tax threshold at the Conservative Party Conference back in 2007 finally came to fruition in the Summer Budget of 2015.


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I Get by with a Little Help From my Friends… Appointing an Attorney

Friday, 16 September 2016

A Lasting Power of Attorney enables someone to authorise a person of their choosing, (their Attorney) to make decisions on his or her behalf.