If you are the parents of young children, the appointment of Guardians in your Will…
Regardless of its later terms, most Wills start with a statement revoking (cancelling) all previous…
By Kathryn Caple I have had a number of enquiries recently about transferring a property…
By not having a Will there is a distinct possibility that your Estate could end up passing to the wrong people and not to the people you would have wanted to benefit.
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.
As this area of law often sees people using legal services during an emotional time in their lives (being terminally ill or having lost a loved one for example) the importance of getting things right, and of being sensitive to the circumstances could not be higher for service providers.
A couple of weeks ago, our attention was drawn to a survey conducted by Exizent. The survey found that 23% of people die without a Will and most do not leave their affairs in order; 71% of solicitors said that at least half of their clients died without putting their affairs in order; and 95% of probate professionals rely either entirely or somewhat on information from their clients to verify assets and liabilities.