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Wrigleys Solicitors
This case concerned LMS, a 21 year old with Sotos Syndrome, significant autism and some learning disability. She lacked the capacity to manage her own finances.
Giambrone & Partners
We are living in extraordinary times and whilst most people are attempting to carry on as normally as possible, none of us knows what may be round the corner.
Gilson Gray
A few days ago, I was lucky enough to receive a lovely bouquet of flowers from a client whose case had just been brought to a conclusion.
Giambrone & Partners
Public authorities make decisions that have an impact on the public almost on a daily basis, none more so than at the present time in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
On 9 November, the Government announced a review into how family courts apply the presumption of parental involvement, particularly where there are concerns for the safety of the child.
DMH Stallard
The recent case of Wales-v-Dixon & Others has raised the interesting question of what exactly is meant by a person who leaves their estate to their ‘nieces and nephews'.
Giambrone & Partners
Spain has always been the most popular relocation destination for British citizens.
DMH Stallard
As professionals we are informed frequently by prospective clients that they require only a simple Will and I say repeatedly ‘there is no such thing as a simple Will'
Butcher & Barlow
The old adage of farmers marry farmers rings true even in 2020 for many in the rural community, as the strong social scene of Young Farmers Clubs and other similar associations and events...
Wrigleys Solicitors
Is the LGO making the right call with complaints around deprivation of capital? We look at two recent decisions which have raised concern.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The delays in the family court system particularly as a result of the pandemic have encouraged parties and their lawyers to consider whether an out of court process would be preferable.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The government has addressed some key questions regarding the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak on separated families by publishing new guidance, which can be found in the...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
When preparing a will many people rightly spend a lot of time thinking about who they want to benefit financially on their death.
DMH Stallard
With the government recently announcing the biggest decline in employment since the 2009 recession and with many businesses set to fail due to the pandemic how will this affect...
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
A notable exception lies in the murky doctrine of mutual Wills, which can future-proof a Will and make it last a lifetime.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
Going through the breakdown of a relationship is emotionally difficult for all involved. Various stages in the process affect parties differently. One particular stage that can be challenging
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.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
Working in what can often be a highly contentious area of the law, it does make a pleasant change to get a call from a client who advises that they have agreed how to divide their assets.
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 ...
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