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MAY

A significant proportion of the UK population will die without having ever made a Will. For those who have made a Will, it is recommended that you should review your existing Will and financial arrangements every three to five years to ensure that at the time of your death, your Will is...

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The Law Society has recently published an article urging people to leave clear instructions about what they would like to happen to their social media and other online accounts after their death. You may have personal or sensitive information stored digitally, such as photographs and other...

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Splashed all over recent newspapers are details regarding a £6 million payout awarded by a Judge which represented nearly half the £13 million of matrimonial assets. The husband was in his seventies and the ex wife was in her fifties and had been married for approximately twenty plus...

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Private Client Update: Lasting Powers of Attorney Have you ever thought about who would manage your finances if you were to suffer a stroke, serious physical impairment or develop memory problems? Who would you trust to make decisions regarding your health and welfare if you were unable...

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1. A solicitor will get you more compensation than if you deal with the insurers direct. Defendant's insurers love it when they by pass the lawyers and deal with you direct? Why?  Because it saves them money! They know that they can probably get away with paying you less...

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