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Passing on Digital Assets In Your Will

The world has changed exponentially in the past 20 years. It is not only property, businesses, and jewellery that make up possessions in an estate – digital assets can also make up a significant part of a person’s’s estate. Clients […]


How the New Duke of Westminster Will Avoid Inheritance Tax

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Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor, the sixth Duke of Westminster passed away last week.  His son, Hugh Grosvenor, inherits not only his late father’s title, but a fortune of around £9.35 billion, making him the third richest man in Britain (and arguably […]


Suffering in Silence… Neglect and Abuse Claims in Care Homes- How You Can Find a Voice

Care Home Support

Suffering in Silence… Neglect and Abuse in Care Homes How You Can Find a Voice Rochdale, Rotherham, Orchard View.  The names of these care homes may be familiar to you after cases of abuse and gross neglect were exposed by […]


The Power of One – Mental Capacity and the Right to Make One’s Own Decisions | Wills

Wills & Probate

The Power of One – Mental Capacity and the Right to Make One’s Own Decisions | Wills The issue of mental capacity can be a minefield for both lawyers and families alike.  For a solicitor to inform a client that […]


Let’s Talk About Death- Why You Need To Have a Will

Let’s Talk About Death Why You Need To Have a Will We all know that as responsible, well-organised adults we should have a valid will.  After all, no one wants to leave a mess behind, right?  But research shows that […]


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