Wills and Probate

  • In his latest blog, Trainee Solicitor Michael Radze-Constable discusses the Inheritance Tax rise and how marriage can effect your taxable state… Some of the few rare certainties in life are death and taxes. We all pay our taxes (unless we utilise the same lucrative loopholes as the rich and famous) and we will all die […]

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  • In his latest blog, Trainee Solicitor, Michael Radze-Constable discusses the topic of funeral preferences and what it means for you … We will often record funeral instructions in a Will that sets out our wishes to be carried out by our loved ones. We naturally hope that these will be followed to the letter, however […]

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  • Timms Wills & Probate Solicitor, Charlotte Day discusses what end of life planning means for you and what we can do to help … When you or a family member receives a terminal diagnosis, it is hard enough having to deal with the impact of the diagnosis itself, but there are also some legal and […]

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  • Matt Kelly Wills & Probate Blog

    In his latest blog, Wills & Probate Solicitor Matthew Kelly discusses charitable gifts in Wills… You may wish to leave a gift or legacy in your Will to a single charity or various charities and there a few key points anyone considering making provision for charities should be aware of. What Can I Leave To […]

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    In her latest Timms blog, Wills and Probate Solicitor, Sara Hilliard discusses the importance of Wills for unmarried couples. The importance of Wills for unmarried couples still stands. The fact is still that cohabiting couples are not afforded the same rights as married couples or couples in a civil partnership. Why Is It Important For […]

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  • ‘Why Should I Make a Will?’ Trainee Solicitor Michael Radze-Constable discusses the frequently asked question in his latest blog… Life provides the ability to make decisions. We decide on outcomes and plan for the future. In death, we lose the control we have become accustomed to during our existence. One element we can control regarding […]

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  • Jo robinson

    In her latest blog, Head of Wills and Probate Jo Robinson, discusses the increase in Lasting Powers of Attorney being registered…. The number of Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) being registered in England and Wales is continuing to soar, according to new data released by the Ministry of Justice. 201,121 Lasting Powers of Attorney were […]

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  • Connor Ball-Wood

    ‘What happens if an Executor lacks mental capacity?’ In his latest blog, Connor Ball-Wood discusses the many scenarios relating to the topic… If an Executor lacks mental capacity, there can be a number of issues which would prevent them from carrying on in the role; one of which is that they may not be able […]

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  • Dementia Action Week

    ‘My relative is making a Will, why can’t I be part of the meeting?’ Wills and Probate Solicitor Megan Lovell discusses in her latest blog… If you are assisting a relative or a friend and bringing them to the office for an appointment for making a Will, do not be surprised if the solicitor asks […]

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  • Wills and Probate Solicitor Charlotte Day discusses what the New Year means for your Will in her latest blog… With everyone talking about New Year Resolutions at the moment it’s easy to get caught up in all the new and exciting things that you might have planned for the year ahead. However, in that list […]

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