Wills & Probate

21/05/2014 0 comments 752 views

You may have read about the cap on care home fees, which is due to come in to force in 2016. The publicity suggests that no one will have to...
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19/05/2014 0 comments 751 views

Why do I need a Will when I want it all to go to my family? If you die without a Will (intestate) your estate, however large or small, will be dealt with...
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14/05/2014 0 comments 642 views

Death, is not an easy topic to discuss with your family and a recent survey indicated that very few people actually do have a conversation on this subject. Yet, we...
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30/04/2014 0 comments 969 views

People may consider that completing a Wills Pack from a stationers such as WHSmith or a pack from a Union, means that they can forget about the Wills from the...
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28/04/2014 0 comments 770 views

Ten years ago, everyone received paper statements about their bank accounts and investments, no one stored photographs, music, videos, games or documents on computers, let alone the cloud. Ten years ago, no one...
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19/03/2014 0 comments 728 views

Losing mental capacity can be a gradual process through Alzheimers or vascular dementia. It can also happen through a stroke or head injury and this can happen at any age....
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10/03/2014 0 comments 745 views

People often think that the Will ceases to have effect in such circumstances but that is not actually the case. Instead, your ex-partner is deemed to have died before you...
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05/03/2014 0 comments 830 views

Care home fees are a worry for elderly people and their children. There has been a lot of interest in the case of Peter Bone MP who has been accused...
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25/02/2014 0 comments 695 views

It's a sad fact of life that parents and children do not always see eye to eye. Relationships sometimes break down to such an extent that when the parent makes...
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11/02/2014 0 comments 659 views

A recent court case provided for a Will signed by the incorrect testator (the husband and wife had inadvertently signed one another's wills) to be proved by the Probate Registry,...
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