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Veale Wasbrough Vizards
This summer, the Government announced that it would revise its Wills legislation in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) and from 28 September 2020 the necessary legislation
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
There is nothing like a global pandemic to make us think about our own mortality.
The Sovereign Group
These are unusual times. Many are working from home and have more time on their hands than anticipated. But the title refers to using this time productively ...
The Sovereign Group
Expatriate life is an adventure and it can be fragile and unpredictable – even the best-laid plans can be turned on their head in an instant.
Withers LLP
In this podcast, we look at sibling rivalries in family businesses. Our host and head of the family office practice, Ivan Sacks, talks to Lou Mezzullo...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Following the article on what happens with a property in Switzerland on the death of its owner in the UK, this article discusses the concrete steps to be taken abroad and in Switzerland.
Wrigleys Solicitors
This is an attempt to make it easier for people to record their final wishes whilst continuing to protect the elderly and the vulnerable.
Rollits LLP
Making a Will is something most of us don't see as a priority. It's so easy to keep putting getting your affairs in order off, or to the bottom of an ever growing list of commitments to family, ...
Withers LLP
In addition to focusing on safety and cash flow during the COVID-19 pandemic, family business owners must be mindful of the upcoming November election and the likely impact of the results...
Butcher & Barlow
Long awaited, temporary legislation allowing the signing of Wills in England and Wales to be witnessed by video conferencing has come in to effect.
Gilson Gray
Reviewing business structure need not take long and does not have to be expensive. Often all it takes is a few straightforward changes to be put in place.
DMH Stallard
Everyone has heard of the perils of contentious probate; a disgruntled family member, perhaps even someone you have not had any contact with for several years
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Since the COVID-19 outbreak, the Shepherd and Wedderburn private client team has been hard at work helping clients update their Wills and Powers of Attorney.
DMH Stallard
Making a Will, while having to deal with everything else that comes with going through a divorce, is never at the top of your priority list but it should be.
Anthony Gold
In order to obtain the authority to administer an estate, the executor must obtain a Grant of Probate from the Probate Registry.
Rollits LLP
The recent case of Shapton v Seviour (2020) provides a welcome example of the Court coming to what many would consider to be a sensible conclusion to what,
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Landed estates and farms are used to their business success, or otherwise, being subject to the whims of weather and climate.
Anthony Gold
Even in more certain times, many of us from time to time are in urgent need for a cash injection. This may be due to a drop in income or unexpected expenditure.
Withers LLP
People are living longer than ever and as life expectancy continues to rise, so unfortunately do the risks of financial abuse and undue influence of the elderly or vulnerable.
Withers LLP
Losing someone close to you is always hard, even if it is expected. Thinking about what to do next can be a daunting prospect
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