What Are the Intestacy Rules? 

Making a valid Will is the only way of ensuring your property, money and other assets pass on to those you wish to benefit from your estate after your death. Everyone over the age of 18 should have a Will in place.  A Will should be comprehensive and consider...

What are Searches in Conveyancing? 

It’s a phrase you might have heard when discussing a property purchase, and many people are familiar with the concept. However, do you really know what is involved in the searches a solicitor undertakes as part of the conveyancing process?  In this blog, our...

Steps Involved in Probate 

Probate is the legal right to deal with the administration of a deceased person’s property, money, and possessions (their estate) when they die.   The tasks involved in estate administration vary according to the specific assets and their value in each case,...

Frequently Asked Questions About Wills

A Will is one of the most important legal documents you can have. Regardless of your age, relationship status or financial situation, having a well-drafted and comprehensive Will ensures that your personal assets and estate pass to the people you want to benefit from...

Why Everyone Needs a Lasting Power of Attorney

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that allows an individual to appoint one or more people to make certain decisions on their behalf if they lose the capacity to make those decisions themselves. To have capacity, you must be able to understand the...

Steps to Take to Prevent Partnership Disputes

Setting up a business partnership or being made a partner at an already-existing company can be daunting yet exciting. With two or more heads contributing to ideas, management, finances and other general business decisions, it is not uncommon for disputes to arise...

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