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    News Category: Wills

    • 22 February 2021

      Digital Assets and Wills Q&A

      Technology is a huge part of modern life and our digital assets include everything from photos to online banking and email accounts. Read more

    • 17 February 2021

      Legal Advice for unmarried couples: Q&A

      During lockdown, many unmarried couples moved in together but is there legal protection for cohabiting couples? Read more

    • 6 January 2021

      New year, new Will? A time to get your legal affairs in order.

      As we welcomed in 2021, and a renewed sense of resolve to continue good practices made in our New Year resolutions, we consider how many people use this opportunity to get their legal affairs in order and the consequences of not reviewing when major changes occur in your personal life. Read more

    • 21 December 2020

      Family Law: New Year, new beginnings?

      The New Year is often a time for reflection and traditionally a time for setting new goals and starting new beginnings.  Read more

    • 17 November 2020

      Part of Caroline Flack’s estate to go to charity despite not leaving a Will – what can we learn?

      The TV presenter and radio host, Caroline Flack, sadly took her life earlier this year whilst awaiting trial for an assault charge after an incident with her former partner, Lewis Burton. She was probably best known for her roles on Love Island and the X-factor. Read more

    • 9 November 2020

      The importance of Lasting Powers of Attorney – not just for later life!

      Kate Garraway recently spoke out about the financial difficulties she is facing since her husband, Derek Draper, fell into a Covid-19 related coma. Read more

    • 24 October 2020

      Contesting a Will: Q&A

      Unfortunately, the death of a person can lead to disputes over his or her Will or estate. Whatever the size of the estate, there is always the possibility of complex, emotional and drawn-out disputes regarding contesting a Will.  Read more

    • 21 September 2020

      World Alzheimer’s Month: Let’s talk about Dementia

      World Alzheimer’s Day takes place on 21st September, and is part of World Alzheimer’s Month. This year the aim is to raise awareness, educate and encourage support to those who have been diagnosed with dementia and urge everyone to join in the conversation by becoming a Dementia Friend. Read more

    • 15 September 2020

      Virtual Will Signing – Q&A

      In the early stages of the coronavirus, Private Client solicitors in the legal profession reported an increase in demand for Will instructions as individuals and families rushed to update their Will or considered making one for the first time. Read more

    • 4 September 2020

      Digital Assets and your Will

      In a world heavily reliant on technology and with almost everyone owning some form of digital asset, it is important to make sure that your attorneys or executors are able to deal with these if you lose capacity to manage them yourself or after you pass away. Read more