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Executors Before New Probate Fees

Posted on March 22, 2019

A significant increase to Probate fees is set to take effect in April 2019
If you are named in someone's Will as an Executor, you may have to apply for Probate when that person dies. This is a legal document which gives you the authority to share out the Estate of the person who has died according to the instructions in the Will.
Probate fees must be paid up front, before the Grant of Probate can be issued. The current cost of applying for Probate when using a solicitor is around £160.

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Can Your Partner Claim Your Inheritance If You Divorce?

Posted on March 21, 2019

“I am worried because my partner and me will separating soon. I am due to receive an inheritance. I don’t want it to become the ‘pot’ of matrimonial assets to be divided in my divorce. What are the implications of divorce on my inheritance? Should l be worried”

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Easter Holidays and Children Disputes

Posted on March 19, 2019

As Easter fast approaches, it’s inevitable that holiday plans are beginning to be made. It’s also to be expected that both parents will want to spend quality time with their children. However, agreeing child arrangements to everybody’s satisfaction can often be difficult.

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How to protect yourself from property fraud

Posted on March 11, 2019

Fraud is becoming an increasingly significant issue and is now one of the most commonly experienced crimes in the UK. According to the Office for National Statistics’ crime survey, there was an estimated 3.3 million cases of fraud in the year ending June 2018[1]. This high figure captures a broad range of fraud offences, including lower-harm cases. But fraud can have very significant impacts, particularly as the value of the scam increases. Property fraud is a real threat that buyers, sellers and solicitors need to be aware of to help ward-off would-be fraudsters.

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Five things to consider when making a will

Posted on March 7, 2019

If, like most of us, you don’t have an autobiography and you’re not planning on releasing your personal memoirs anytime soon, your will is the most detailed document you’ll ever have about your life.

This one, all-encompassing legal document captures what should happen to your life’s earnings, accumulated assets, the family home, your sentimental possessions, how your beloved pet corgi or fish that refuses to smile back should be cared for, what your religious preferences are, any last wishes, and what you’d like to happen to your earthly body when you’re gone. Your will is, in effect, your opportunity to have the last say. Whether you’re stubborn or not, that’s a protection we should all want.

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How is a Will revoked?

Posted on February 28, 2019

What does the revocation of a will mean?


Revocation means to cancel a will. This can happen in a variety of ways. A will can be cancelled by an act, but it can also be possible to cancel a will by implication.

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