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What's Yours Is Not Mine?

Thursday, 18 January 2018

Due to the complexity of the process, it is often inevitable that divorcing couples have to seek advice from solicitors and sometimes end up in court when dividing resources.

What's Yours is Not Mine?

Articles & Blogs Divorce & Family Private Client

Family Law and Divorce - What's Yours Is NOT Mine?

Monday, 27 November 2017

Due to the complexity of the process, it is often inevitable that divorcing couples have to seek advice from solicitors and sometimes end up in court when dividing resources.

Family Law and Divorce - What's Yours Is NOT Mine?

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Mutual Wills, Mirror Wills & Crystal Balls

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

We are often asked by married couples, civil partners and cohabiting couples to prepare 'Mirror' or 'Mutual Wills' for them.

Mutual Wills, Mirror Wills & Crystal Balls

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Residential or Commercial Property - Where Should You Invest?

Friday, 13 October 2017

The prospects for savers in the current economic climate are not promising. Whilst investing in property is not without its trials, the potential returns on investment prove tempting for many.

Residential or Commercial Property - Where Should You Invest?

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Stolen Identity - What to Do if You're the Victim

Tuesday, 05 September 2017

Identity theft is on the rise in the UK and reached record levels last year. The financial and reputational costs can be high and identity theft can take many forms.

Stolen Identity - What to Do if You're the Victim

Articles & Blogs Divorce & Family Private Client

Should the Length of a Marriage Determine the Divorce Settlement?

Friday, 25 August 2017

Should the length of a marriage play a part in deciding what each spouse should receive on divorce? To what extent should other factors be taken into account, like the contribution each person has made to the joint finances?

Should the Length of a Marriage Determine the Divorce Settlement?

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Claims Against Estates - Has the Law Changed after Supreme Court Ruling?

Monday, 10 April 2017

The case of Heather llott's claim against her late mother's estate has been widely reported in the media.

Claims Against Estates - Has the Law Changed after Supreme Court Ruling?

Articles & Blogs Conveyancing Private Client

England v. Scotland - Could the House Purchase Process Be Improved?

Thursday, 10 August 2017

Now and then there are some who moan about the English conveyancing system, the system for buying and selling houses.

England v. Scotland - Could the House Purchase Process Be Improved?

Articles & Blogs Private Client

Paying for Your Care Home Fees - Have You Considered all Your Options?

Monday, 17 July 2017

With average nursing home fees now costing around £1,000 a week and care homes reaching £700*, the question of paying for care in old age has become an increasingly hot topic.

Paying for Your Care Home Fees - Have You Considered all Your Options?

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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?


Articles & 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

Articles & Blogs Personal Injury Private Client

Legal Battle Over Castle Case - Pensioner Wins Payout from English Heritage

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

If an accident happens visiting a historic site, can the injured person make a successful personal injury claim against the organisation?

Legal Battle Over Castle Case - Pensioner Wins Payout from English Heritage

Articles & Blogs Private Client

If I Disinherit My Children, Can They Claim Against My Estate?

Thursday, 16 March 2017

We have reported before in Viewpoint on one particular family dispute that has received a lot of attention from the press and that ended up being decided by the highest court in the land in the spring of 2017.

If I Disinherit My Children, Can They Claim Against My Estate?

Articles & Blogs Commercial Property Private Client Property Litigation

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

Articles & Blogs Private Client

The Perils of Dying Too Rich - How Does the New 'Residence Nil Rate Band' Affect You?

Thursday, 16 February 2017

The new 'residence nil rate band' (RNRB), reducing inheritance tax for some estates is great news for those with estates under £2 million but less so for those with estates over £2 million.

The Perils of Dying Too Rich - How Does the New 'Residence Nil Rate Band' Affect You?