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Should Will Law be brought into ‘Modern World’
Should Will Law be brought into ‘Modern World’

“The Law around Wills should be updated and brought into the “modern world”,  a recent statement by the Law Commission for England and Wales, last week. The Law Commission, has recently criticised the way Wills have been written saying that the current rules were “unclear” and the wording of old fashioned terminology and language has left many of the population…

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Probate Disputes On The Rise
Probate Disputes On The Rise

Since 2019, there appears to be a rise in probate disputes being reported more frequently in the media. The question is Why is that? According to HM Courts and Tribunals Office, the reason for this increase is due to a number contributing of factors, these including:  Clients making DIY Wills, which are often full of errors and omissions, either using…

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What is Probate?
What is Probate?

One of the questions we are often asked is what is Probate and is it a requirement? Probate and Estate Administration is the legal process of proving a Will. This means that is accepted as the last Will and Testament by the Probate court.  Probate is the judicial process whereby a Will is “proved” in a court of law and…

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Why Should I Get a Will?
Why Should I Get a Will?

Despite this being an age of blended family relationships and complicated financial affairs, more than 31 million of the UK population don’t have a Will.  So why do so many people simply refuse to make one? You only have to open the papers to see the death of a celebrity, who has left their entire estate to their cleaner, or…

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Inheritance Disputes Set To Increase
Inheritance Disputes Set To Increase

Inheritance disputes set to increase as more British adults are willing to dispute a Will Recent research highlights the increasing likelihood of disputes over inheritance. According to Direct Line Life Insurance, 12.6 million british adults would be prepared to dispute a Will and go to court if they disagreed with the division of their relative’s estate. On average, 22% of…

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A Rise in Dementia Suffers
A Rise in Dementia Suffers

According to Alzheimer’s Research UK, the number of people with dementia is on a rapid increase. What is dementia? Dementia describes different brain disorders that trigger a loss of brain function. These conditions are all usually progressive and eventually severe. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia, affecting 62% of those diagnosed. Other types of dementia include; vascular…

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