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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

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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