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Court Stops An Inheritor From Evicting A Ninety Year Old Man  

The plight of people being forced to move from their homes due to not being provided for in a Will is an ancient one.  In two of Jane Austin’s books, namely Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice, being evicted […]


Go It Alone Or Use A Solicitor? Who Should Prepare Your Will?

Everyone knows they should have a valid Will.  If you have not prepared one and have a solicitor, you probably dread the question, “so have you thought about making a Will?”, that happens every time you meet them.  But I […]


Who Should Write My Will? Should I Use A Solicitor?

Who Should Write My Will? Should I Use A Solicitor?

Everyone knows they should have a valid Will. If you have not prepared one and have a solicitor, you probably dread the question, “so have you thought about making a Will?”, that happens every time you meet them. We promise […]


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 […]


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