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Wills and probate - head of Wills and Probate - Kathryn Harwood

How can I make the move to a care home easier for a loved one?

Kathryn Harwood - July 3rd 2015 no comments
One of the most difficult decisions to make is acknowledging that one is no longer able to manage at home and needs to move into residential care.
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Pamela Richmond

Buying a brand new property?

Pamela Richmond - June 4th 2015 no comments
Buying a new property off plan can be an exciting proposition. However, before you sign the reservation form, read these top 10 tips.
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Litigation - Solicitor - Stephanie Kerr

Contestation warning on DIY wills

Stephanie Kerr - May 21st 2015 no comments
Figures recently released by the High Court show that in 2013 there was a 76% increase in inheritance disputes from those heard by the Court in the previous year.
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Family and Divorce solicitor Preston Simon Gledhill

No blame divorce?

Simon Gledhill - May 7th 2015 no comments
Under new proposals a senior Judge has called for change in the law to enable couples to divorce without the need for blame and recrimination.
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Wills & Estate Planning Solicitor Blackburn - Victoria Taylor

The end of the road for Will changes after death?

Victoria Taylor - April 21st 2015 no comments
As part of a drive to claw back £3.1billion lost through tax avoidance, the chancellor George Osborne recently announced a review of Deeds of Variation.
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Sarah Barnes

Prevent delays on your leasehold property purchase

Sarah Barnes - April 13th 2015 no comments
As experienced property lawyers we are well aware of the obstacles which can arise when buying a leasehold property, which can lead to delays and frustrations for all parties.
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