Wills & Probate

22/02/2019 0 comments 92 views

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)? A lasting power of attorney (LPA) is a legal document in which you authorise a chosen person or persons (attorneys) to make...
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11/02/2019 0 comments 83 views

Congratulations to Nerina Farmer, Director at Ringrose Law, who has recently been appointed to the Head of Wills & Probate for the firm. Nerina has been a Director of the...
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29/01/2019 0 comments 96 views

The latest figures reveal that only 59% of people in the UK have written a Will. Out of those people, 6% have made a Do it Yourself Will (DIY Wills)....
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27/11/2018 0 comments 215 views

One of the easiest ways to avoid inheritance tax on your estate is to give away assets while you are still alive.  However, there are limits on the amounts that...
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20/11/2018 0 comments 182 views

Most people are aware of the importance of making a will, and that a correctly executed will is a legally binding document.  A letter of wishes, which is a confidential...
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08/11/2018 0 comments 322 views

Earlier this week, the Government announced an increase in probate fees. From April 2019, In England and Wales, probate fees – the charge paid for obtaining a Grant of Probate or...
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06/11/2018 0 comments 362 views

It is a fact of modern life that we all spend a lot more time online, either for business, personal or social reasons. Most people who are active online will...
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16/10/2018 0 comments 184 views

There are many important decisions to make when you decide to make a Will, one of these is deciding who your Executors should be. It is always advisable to have...
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16/10/2018 0 comments 227 views

A recent article has revealed a large scale investigation has been launched into an Ipswich based will writing and inheritance tax planning firm Universal Wealth Management, after they went into...
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08/10/2018 0 comments 310 views

It is estimated that over a quarter of Wills in the UK are out of date. If you have already made a Will, but have not reviewed it recently, then...
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