Many people think of writing a Will as a kind of last word on how they would like their money and belongings to be dealt with after their death. Though this is a reasonably good way of...
As well as the grief felt by bereaved families, there are important practical concerns that families have to address, including financial practicalities.
Writing a Will isn’t always as simple as naming the people you would like to inherit your assets. You need to be extremely clear about your intentions.
Although it is business as usual for us during this unprecedented and worrying time, there are some things that we have had to adapt to ensure compliance with the law. One of these is how our clients go about signing their Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and other legal documents, where signatures need to [...]
Discover how gifts and transfers you make in life can affect the inheritance tax your estate pays when you are gone.
With the government's recent increase of the Statutory Legacy, we examine the Statutory legacy and how it could affect passing your property on after death.
The Deputy and the DNA Test: How a Professional Deputy Aimed to Prepare for Possible Inheritance Disputes
We look at a rare case in which a Deputy sought approval to DNA test the person they were protecting, in order to avoid possible inheritance disputes in future
Deputies make decisions for a person who has lost the mental capacity to decide for themselves, but can a Deputy make gifts using that person's assets?