No-Fault Divorce Update: Making Divorce as Amicable as Possible

6th Jul 2021

Let’s be honest, divorce is something that none of us really wants to think about. It is something that happens to other people, not to you and your […]

Lockdown baby – make a Will!

30th Jun 2021

With the abundance of tasks and responsibilities that come with being a new parent, creating a Will is often the last thing on your mind. Yet, it is […]

Littlewoods Pools Empire and a Will Dispute

16th Jun 2021

In today’s Times there is an article referring to the distribution of the Will from a member of the family who started the Littlewoods pools empire.  The dispute […]

Digital Assets and your Will

22nd Jan 2021

When people think of the assets they might leave in a Will, digital assets are very often overlooked. A recent survey by the Law Society found that of […]

DIY Divorce

3rd Dec 2020

You may have read in the Times this week that recent research has found that in the past five years, ‘DIY Divorces’ has risen from 35% to 57% […]

Conveyancing Standards Bill

30th Oct 2020

Earlier this month, a motion for leave to bring in a Bill for Conveyancing Standards had its first reading in the House of Commons. The Bill aims to […]

What do you do if you don’t have any family members to help you look after your finances?

11th Mar 2020

There may come a time when you are more than capable of looking after yourself but just struggle to deal with your own finances.  It may be that […]

Cold Feet and reviewing your Will

19th Feb 2020

By Philippa Wright, Head of Wills & Probate I don’t know if any of you are fans of Cold Feet the TV show?  Maybe it’s an age thing […]

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