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When should I review my Will?
For Wills to remain valid they must be up to date with life changes such as; the birth of children or grandchildren, marriage or divorce, changes to financial…
Video-witnessed wills to be made legal during coronavirus
By removing the need for physical witnesses, wills can continue to be drawn up efficiently, effectively and safely by those isolating or shielding.
The increase in probate disputes
Under what circumstances can families contest a will if they believe they should be entitled to some or more of an estate?
Marilyn Bell and Catherine Robson write about the recent Parliamentary disucssion around Predatory Marriage.
I’ve been cut out of my mother’s will – can I make a claim?
Clare Mackay explains what to do if you think you have grounds to bring a claim against your parent's estate in-light of the Illot case.
Supreme Court finds in favour of cohabitee’s right to survivor’s pension
Marilyn Bell and Catherine Robson consider what the significant case where the Supreme Court found in favour of cohabitee's right to survivor's pension…
A death of a main shareholder could have an enormous impact on the continuation or future success of a business. Catherine explores in publication Private…