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Our top 10 tips for why millennials should have a will in place

Research conducted by Weightmans LLP shows that over 95% of those under 35 have not made a will. Here are our top 10 tips for why millennials should…

Lorraine Wilson
Lorraine Wilson Solicitor
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To gift or not to gift? That is the question

Parents often have surplus cash saved up and are keen to help get their child onto the property ladder for the first time.

David Stokes
David Stokes Principal Associate

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10 top tips for the first meeting with your family solicitor

We understand that making the decision to see a family lawyer can be daunting. With that in mind, here are some top tips.

Eleanor Webster
Ellie Webster Associate

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“The trial is not a dress rehearsal. It is the first and last night of the show”

The case of AR v ML is an important reminder for lawyers and clients to ensure that the evidence they are producing is consistent with the case they…

Linzi Perriman
Linzi Perriman Associate

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The Inheritance Act and extending time – the saga continues

The Court of Appeal has released its judgment in Suriya Begum v Shakila Ahmed (Personal Representative of Mohammed Yousaf Khan, Deceased).

Rob Jones
Robert Jones Partner

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Where is your will?

We look at the options for the storage of wills.

Shahida Jogi
Shahida Jogi Associate

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Does charity always begin at home?

The value of charitable donations made through gifts donated in wills has risen by 50% over the last decade.

Sally Cook
Sally Cook Associate

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Scarle v Scarle and the ’commorientes’ rule: who died first?

HHJ Philip Kramer, sitting as a judge of the High Court, gave his judgment last Tuesday (13 August 2019) in the matter of Scarle v Scarle.

Matthew Morton
Matthew Morton Principal Associate

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