Wills and Probate

  • Dementia Action Week

      This week, to raise awareness for Dementia Action Week, our team are discussing why they became a Dementia Friend Ambassador and how this has helped them in their role at Timms. Today we hear from Wills and Probate Solicitor, Megan Lovell…  My Role At Timms Hello, my name is Megan Lovell and I am […]

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  • Dementia Friend Ambassador

    This week, to raise awareness for Dementia Action Week, our team are discussing why they became a Dementia Friend Ambassador and how that has helped them in their role and also in their personal life. Today we hear from Wills and Probate Solicitor Anna-Louise Bradley… My Role At Timms Hello, I am Anna Bradley, I […]

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  • Charlotte Day Wills & Probate Blog -

      This week to raise awareness for Dementia Action Week our team are discussing Dementia Friends. Today we hear from Wills & Probate Solicitor, Charlotte Day who is one of our Ambassadors here at Timms… Timms Dementia Friend Ambassador – Charlotte Day I am Charlotte Day a Solicitor in the Wills and Probate department at […]

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  • Molly Evans

    This week, to raise awareness for Dementia Action Week, our team are discussing why they became a Dementia Friend and how that has helped them in their role and also in their personal life. Today we hear from Trainee Solicitor Molly Evans… My Role At Timms Hello, my name is Molly Evans and I have […]

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  • Molly Evans

    “Valuable Intestacy Lessons From The Rich And Famous” Trainee Solicitor Molly Evans discusses in her latest Timms blog… When you pass away without leaving a valid Will, the Laws of Intestacy step in to determine who should inherit your estate and in what shares. The Laws of Intestacy attempt to deal with this in the […]

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  • Matt Kelly Wills & Probate Blog

    In his latest Timms Blog, Wills and Probate Solicitor Matthew Kelly discusses the recent changes to LPAs And Investment… The Office of Public Guardian (OPG) has recently confirmed that an express clause specifically permitting attorneys to use a discretionary investment manager is no longer required to be included in a Property & Financial Lasting Power […]

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  • Charlotte Day Wills & Probate Blog -

    In her latest Timms blog, Wills and Probate Solicitor Charlotte Day discusses “How Can Inheritance Tax Be Paid If There Is No Cash Immediately Available In The Estate?” What Is Inheritance Tax (IHT)? Inheritance Tax is a tax payable on death where the deceased’s estate is worth more than the available allowances. Every individual in […]

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  • Image of Sara Hilliard from Timms Solicitors Wills & Probate Team

    In her latest blog, Timms Sara Hilliard asks ‘What is probate?’ and explains some of the terminology often used when administering an estate….. What is Probate? A Grant of Probate is a legal document, which gives the executor the authority to administer the estate of the deceased person. You may have to apply for a […]

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  • Dementia Friend Ambassador

    In her latest Timms Blog, Wills and Probate Solicitor Anna Bradley discusses “Is there a problem with  ahomemade Will?”…. Flawed Execution of the Will There are numerous Court cases where Wills have been overruled because all the legal formalities needed to make a valid Will have not been complied with. The Wills Act dates back […]

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  • Keith Baldock-Grimes blog

    In his latest Timms Blog, Wills and Probate Solicitor Keith Baldock-Grimes discusses “Grieving For A Pet….” To many people a pet is like a family member and the death of a pet can be very upsetting. Everyone deals with grief differently and there is no right or wrong way. Try not to feel ashamed or […]

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