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08Mar2019
Making a will after a second or subsequent marriage

Making a will after a second or subsequent marriage

Without a will that says otherwise, children from previous marriages could be left with nothing.

18Feb2019
An open letter to MPs on the probate fee rise

An open letter to MPs on the probate fee rise

Lucy Wood asks MPs to vote against the proposed probate fee rise.

13Feb2019
Valuing an estate for probate

Valuing an estate for probate

When someone dies, all the assets in the estate will need to be valued as early possible for two key...

11Feb2019
Service charges in commercial property - new code of conduct

Service charges in commercial property - new code of conduct

New professional guidance for commercial property owners and managers comes into force in April 2019. 

08Feb2019
Can you have a “clean” divorce?

Can you have a “clean” divorce?

Yes you can and it’s on the rise, according to Family lawyer Sue Andrews.

07Feb2019
Are you liable for the misdemeanours of your employees?

Are you liable for the misdemeanours of your employees?

Kathryn Fielder outlines the ways employers can be held liable and what employers should do to protect themselves.

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