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Is Justice still being served?

Crown Courts, which deal with the most serious criminal cases, are dealing with a range of work, much of which…

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Getting your affairs in order - May 2020

This month we thought it would be helpful to explain a little bit about Probate.

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Getting your affairs in order - April 2020

This month we thought it would be helpful to explain a little bit about General Powers of Attorney – which…

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Wills and Powers of Attorney - in life and after death

These documents can protect you, your loved ones and create a clear path of how you want your affairs to…

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Coronavirus

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Self-isolating - General Power of Attorney - Peace of Mind

A General Power of Attorney is a temporary document which allows an appointed person to make decisions about your financial…

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Coronavirus

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Making your Will in a time of uncertainty

We all know there’s a lot of uncertainty in the world at the moment. If you’re considering making a Will…

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Getting your affairs in order - March 2020

Undeniably, having a Will makes life easier for our loved ones once we have passed away. But how many of…

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Coronavirus

Agribusiness

Data protection and Coronavirus: what you need to know

The information Commissioner’s Office has published brief guidance in relation to the impact of COVID-19 on data protection requirements.

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Getting your affairs in order - February 2020

We are continually amazed by the number of people who die without having made a Will.

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Getting your affairs in order - January 2020

Getting your affairs in order doesn’t just mean taking the Christmas decorations down and having a good tidy.

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"To give or not to give" - guidance for Attorneys

An Attorney’s overriding duty at all times is to act in the best interests of the Donor.

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Did you know your Will could be challenged after you die?

The importance of getting good legal advice when you are thinking about preparing a Will.

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