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It’s not always easy to protect your family’s legal interests. We have published a selection of ebooks and guides to help you through some of these difficult times. These are all absolutely free to download.

Caring for elderly relative book

Caring for an Elderly Relative

Everything you need to know about the legal and financial responsibilities of caring for a loved one who is no longer able to look after themselves.

What to do when someone dies book

What to do When Someone Dies

This ebook explains in a user friendly way your legal rights and responsibilities in the time following the death of a close family member or loved one.

Challenging a will

Challenging A Will

This free downloadable ebook has been put together as a guide to help you understand the process of challenging a Will and what the next steps are.

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Missing Persons

Find out what your legal position is if a loved one goes missing, including the process of applying for guardianship or a declaration of presumed death. 

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Inheritance Disputes

Our guide to inheritance disputes explains who can make an inheritance claim, what the legal issues involved are and what you might expect from the process.


In our blog we share news and updates on how changes in the law may affect you and your loved ones.

Information & help guides

We have prepared a range of factsheets and tools to help and advise you. These are free to download and use, but please note that they are no substitute for one-on-one legal advice.

Help guides

Find our most frequently requested guides. These could help you make decisions about legal matters affecting you and your loved ones.

Asset logs

Download free printable asset logs to fill in at home. We have created two different logs: one for keeping track of traditional assets, and one for keeping track of digital assets.


Our glossary covers all the legal terms you’re likely to come across during the process of working with us.

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Get the legal advice you need

Dealing with legal issues can be confusing and stressful. If you’re not sure exactly how we can help you, or if you want to get specialist advice right away, please don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and get in touch.

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