Making sure that you have an up-to-date and valid Will is important for a number of reasons. Firstly, it ensures that after your death, your estate is distributed exactly how you wish. Whether you are married, or are in a registere
There a numerous organisations that offer independent specialist advice, so many people think, “Why should I choose a solicitor?”
The simple response to this question is that although specialist organisations are able to offer generic o
Very few people enjoy making their Will – it can be an unwelcome reminder of our own mortality. But peace of mind comes from knowing that you have made a properly drafted Will.
Once you have made your Will, it is very important to review
There are various types of Power of Attorney, but they all have one thing in common – they allow someone else to deal with your affairs. Until recently, Powers of Attorney were only concerned with financial affairs. However, there is now a n
Contesting a Will (or contentious probate as it is often known) is sadly becoming increasingly common. It is however a specialist area of law and we strongly recommend that if you are thinking of contesting a Will, you contact a solicitor experien