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    News Category: Trusts

    • 8 June 2020

      Lockdown Diaries: personal development and a new way of working

      In the first of our series of Lawyer lockdown diaries, Steeles Law Private Client Solicitor reviews what the 12 weeks of working in lockdown has meant to her and her clients. Read more

    • 2 April 2020

      Coronavirus: Wills and Probate Frequently Asked Questions

      During these uncertain times of Covid-19, many people are wondering how they can make a Will and a Lasting Power of Attorney. Read more

    • 16 April 2019

      What happens on the death of sole trader?

      Many small business owners will be surprised to learn that technically, on the death of a sole trader, the business dies too; any assets that are owned by the sole trader are part of the estate of the deceased for which probate must be obtained. Read more

    • 25 July 2018

      Q: I’ve got my own business as a sole trader – why would I need a Will?

      A: Even if your business is unlikely to continue in the event of your death, because it relies on your personal skills and expertise, chances are that you will still need Business Executors if you are still trading when you die. Read more

    • 18 October 2017

      Inheritance Tax – Passing on your wealth

      Death duty has been payable, in one form or another, for over 300 years but until comparatively recently, it was only of concern to the wealthiest in society. For example, following the introduction of estate duty in 1894 (the forerunner of the current inheritance tax), many landed estates were broken up, as landowners could not afford to pay the tax. Read more

    • 15 March 2017

      Dealing with the death of a loved one: The practical aspects

      The death of a loved one is a difficult time. As well as dealing with grief and emotions, there can be a great deal to organise by way of funeral arrangements, registering the death and dealing with the deceased's finances. Read more

    • 17 May 2016

      Putting your affairs in order: from PETs to LPAs

      Nobody likes to think about life coming to an end. But organising your affairs can only be of benefit to you and your family. Karen Bacon outlines what to consider. Read more

    • 12 May 2014

      Steeles Law calls on community to talk about dying

      Steeles Law is a supporter of Dying Matters Awareness Week (12-18 May 2014), which has been organised by the Dying Matters Coalition to encourage people to talk openly about dying, death and bereavement.  Read more

    • 10 May 2013

      Dying Matters Awareness Week

      Dying Matters Awareness Week is taking place between 13-19 May.  This yearly campaign seeks to raise awareness of end of life issues.  Angela Ireland, a Chartered Legal Executive in Steeles Law’s wills, probate and tax team, considers these issues. Read more

    • 1 May 2013

      Dying Matters Awareness event in Diss

      13-19 May 2013 is Dying Matters Awareness Week, a yearly campaign that seeks to raise awareness of end of life issues. 

      Steeles Law’s Diss office is taking part in a local event on Monday 13 May aimed at members of the public, care professionals and other organisations who share the common goal of supporting the changing knowledge, attitudes and behaviours towards dying, death and bereavement.

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