By Kathryn Caple I have had a number of enquiries recently about transferring a property…
legal and financial matters
We’re revisiting an article from a while back that has become relevant again as more people look to get their affairs in order during COVID.
In this article we look at the self care that comes from having one’s personal finances in order, especially in the case of wills and probate.
This article highlight some of the main difficulties we have seen come to light in homemade, or online Wills.
If you were to pass away suddenly, what would happen to your four legged friends? Whilst this is something that no parent wishes to consider the correct preparation can spare your family a lot of time, heartache and expense.
We are delighted to announce that Else Solicitors has successfully completed the Financial Supplier Qualification System (FSQS) certification process. The certificate is widely recognised as the industry benchmark used by banks and other financial institutions when selecting their suppliers.To become an accredited firm, suppliers are required to be audited against FSQS requirements in specific areas including information security management; IT security; anti-bribery measures; fraud; GDPR and environmental sustainability.
In short, terms and conditions agreement (T&C) set out the rights and responsibilities of the provider of a service and the beneficiary/user of that service. It effectively forms a legally binding contract between both parties and will often include details such as an explanation and definition of key terms, the legal limitations, duties, rights and responsibilities of all parties.
Standard terms and conditions agreements are often favoured by many new businesses – it does not involve instructing lawyers and is a quicker process, but do they cover you and your business needs adequately?
If you were to pass away suddenly, what would happen to your young children? Whilst this is something that no parent wishes to consider the correct preparation can spare your family a lot of time, heartache and expense.
A new government scheme can help you get some breathing space from debt, Else solicitors has a breakdown of how the scheme works.
In the first article in our Will Wednesday series, we look at the self care that comes from having one’s personal finances in order, especially in the case of wills and probate.