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Withers LLP
Let's say your Charity is aware that it has been named as the beneficiary of a European legacy in a benefactor's Will.
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Withers LLP
You have been separated from your spouse for two years and live apart. Despite being emphatic that you would resolve your divorce proceedings as amicably as possible for the sake ...
Anthony Gold
When a person dies, their will can be one of the most important documents they leave behind.
Rollits LLP
In a population that is living longer, one of the major considerations has to be ‘who will look after me when I'm older or unable to live independently?...
Giambrone & Partners
The disorder and turmoil that the coronavirus pandemic has created across the globe has visited nearly every aspect of normal life and has an exceptional impact on family life.
Rollits LLP
How are you coping with being at home with your family?
Anthony Gold
XX developed cancer of the cervix which was not detected, either by way of smear tests or biopsies.
Rollits LLP
Although the golden rule is guidance and good practice for lawyers, it is also useful for clients to understand a solicitor's role in preparing Wills and the need to use a properly qualified solicitor
Rollits LLP
As we begin to emerge from the lockdown many people are wondering how family cases might be dealt with going forwards.
Withers LLP
A woman who beat her husband to death with a hammer after suffering years of psychological abuse is entitled to inherit his estate
Anthony Gold
Unless the estate is a small estate, comprising only excluded assets, the executor will be required to obtain a Grant of Probate from the Probate Registry in order to...
Giambrone & Partners
Whilst the vast majority of couples are living as married couples in Britain, cohabitation, as an alternative to marriage
Giambrone & Partners
The coronavirus pandemic it has affected every aspect of our lives, including day-to-day living such as work, shopping, holidays, family celebrations and many other things...
Giambrone & Partners
Marriages already under pressure have struggled to survive the challenges of lockdown. The situation has been considerably compounded for some people where the couple are nationals of...
Anthony Gold
The second reading of the "no fault" divorce bill took place night and was voted in by an overwhelming majority of 231 votes to 16.
Expatriate Law
It is not uncommon for French families living in England to believe that when they separate or divorce, French law will apply to divorce or children issues.
Withers LLP
People in their forties with young families often face additional concerns about the welfare and care of their ageing parents. As mental capacity issues and physical frailty become more prevalent...
Wrigleys Solicitors
A look at some of the most common issues with poorly drafted Wills.
Withers LLP
Withers the first episode of our webinar series Looking Ahead launched launched today! In episode 1, Looking Ahead: Top 5 Estate Planning Techniques During These Uncertain Times...
Wrigleys Solicitors
The importance of keeping your Will updated and letting people know where it is. Your Will is a private document, confidential to you, which no-one has the right to know the contents of until your death.
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