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If you haven’t done it for some time can I suggest that it may be time to review your Will.

“Will”: the very word gives away the problem with challenging the validity of one. The document represents the will of the testator as to how they wish their estate to be distributed and to whom.

Losing a loved one can be very painful and traumatic. Dealing with their financial affairs may also prove to be a challenging process. If you are appointed as an executor of a Will, you have a lot of responsibilities.

In the vast majority of cases our loved ones make straight forward wills which leave their assets to their children, close relatives and dependants. There is therefore, most of the time, no issue in respect of questioning and challenging how a will d…

A recent High Court case gave us yet another insight into how disputes in bereaved families are tragically common. An eleven day, bitterly contested probate dispute between two brothers came to its climax in the recent months.

If at present you are a UK resident who has assets in other EU countries, you may well be unwittingly leaving these overseas assets subject to English law, this comes following new rules on cross-border inheritance in the European Union which recentl…

Heather Ilott, an only child, eloped at the age of 17, with her future and current husband, from the family home, where she lived with her mother, Melita Jackson.

I recently saw an advert for an online provider of Wills and it got me thinking about the true cost of a Will prepared by a Solicitor.

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