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3 Things to Consider Including in Your Will

By |2020-07-24T11:47:22+01:00July 23rd, 2020|Categories: Wills & Probate|

Three things you might not have considered including in your Will... Digital assets. Digital assets, such as photographs, social media, online banking, emails and documents, are often ignored during the Will making process. But we need to remember that there is often a monetary value, or other value, to these items and therefore what happens to [...]

Why Choose a Local Solicitor

By |2020-07-24T10:46:11+01:00July 20th, 2020|Categories: General|

In today’s day and age, the internet has given us all more choice in terms of products, where to buy and also services and who to use. With so much choice out there and being bombarded with advertisements online and on TV for more nationalised legal corporations what is it that makes utilising your local solicitor [...]

Managing Arrangements for Your Children During Covid-19

By |2020-07-24T11:28:21+01:00July 3rd, 2020|Categories: COVID-19 Portal|

Based on yesterday’s guidance from the President of the Family Division you may be confused about arrangements for your children. It is now the case that - except in very limited circumstances - everyone must stay at home. This has led to confusion as to how these rules affect separated parents whose children spend time in [...]

‘Lasting Power of Attorney documents are only Relevant to the Elderly’ – Or Are They?

By |2020-07-24T11:13:16+01:00June 18th, 2020|Categories: Wills & Probate|

Alzheimer’s UK has predicted that by 2025 more than one million people in the UK will be living with Dementia.  For those that know about, or have directly experienced the impact of this disease, they will have some understanding of how impossible it can become to handle your own affairs; ranging from every day tasks such [...]

Personal Injury Trusts Explained

By |2020-07-24T11:34:40+01:00May 19th, 2020|Categories: Personal Injury|

If you have been awarded compensation in excess of £6,000 for a personal injury as a result of a legal claim or because you have received an insurance policy payout and are in receipt of means-tested state benefits, you may find the compensation award if paid directly to you means you are no longer eligible to [...]