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What Rights Do Beneficiaries Have to See Information About an Estate? 1

What Rights Do Beneficiaries Have to See Information About an Estate?

When someone dies, their estate has to be administered by their personal representative. This is usually an executor, but if the person didn’t leave a valid Will (or if the Will did not appoint an executor) then the Administration of Estates Act 1925 sets out who can apply to be the personal representative of the estate instead.

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Making Legal Documents: Do Couples Have to Meet a Solicitor Together?

Though couples often do choose to make legal documents at the same time, they don’t always have the same aims and objectives. Often, individuals in a relationship want very different things, whether that’s due to having children from previous relationships, differing financial circumstances or even separate religious beliefs.

What is the Right Type of Power of Attorney for You? 3

What is the Right Type of Power of Attorney for You?

Powers of attorney are a group of very helpful legal documents that allow an individual to legally appoint an individual, group of individuals or even an organisation to make decisions on their behalf. We’ve covered some of the main reasons, along with the different types of power of attorney documents that are available.

How to Start Acting as an Attorney with an LPA 4

How to Start Acting as an Attorney with an LPA

In the midst of overwhelming changes, newly divorced individuals often don’t think about ensuring they have their legal affairs in order in terms of future planning. If you are a legal professional who supports clients through the divorce or dissolution process, you might wish to highlight the following considerations to your clients as part of your support package.

Do You Really Need a Lasting Power of Attorney? 5

Do You Really Need a Lasting Power of Attorney?

In the midst of overwhelming changes, newly divorced individuals often don’t think about ensuring they have their legal affairs in order in terms of future planning. If you are a legal professional who supports clients through the divorce or dissolution process, you might wish to highlight the following considerations to your clients as part of your support package.

Preparing for a New Year by Putting Your Affairs in Order 6

Preparing for a New Year by Putting Your Affairs in Order

In the midst of overwhelming changes, newly divorced individuals often don’t think about ensuring they have their legal affairs in order in terms of future planning. If you are a legal professional who supports clients through the divorce or dissolution process, you might wish to highlight the following considerations to your clients as part of your support package.

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