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Remote consultations during social distancing

During these changing times, many clients are keen to get their affairs in order. Our consultations can now take place remotely, either by phone or by Zoom video call or similar (if you have that facility).
 

Tenants in Common or Joint Tenants – which is best for you?

Find out why it's so important to decide whether you want to own a house as Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common, and what the ramifications are for your rights while you're alive and after your death.

Caveats on probate – what’s the impact?

If you want to dispute a will you must lodge a caveat at the Probate Registry to buy time to challenge the will’s validity. Our blog explains the process whether you want to lodge a caveat or are affected by someone who has lodged one.

What is Testamentary Capacity?

Testamentary Capacity is the term used to describe a person’s legal and mental ability to make or alter a valid will, TLB Planning describes its importance.

Unusual and Unwanted Wills

There are many unusual wills and bequests but the strangest of all is that not even half of UK adults make wills at all. Make sure you’re one of those who does make a will, so your belongings go to the right people, and your wishes are fulfilled.