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Executors and Probate

Executors and Probate

When making a Will, most people appoint a family member as their Executor. The Executor is legally responsible for sorting out the deceased’s affairs. They apply for the Grant of Probate, collect the deceased’s assets, pay outstanding debts and distribute...
Time to Review your Will?

Time to Review your Will?

We are living in times of rapid change.  Take a look at the events in Westminster over the last fortnight for example.  Our personal lives may not be as hectic, but over a period time, our circumstances almost certainly change.  Whether the change is...
Considerations for Co-habiting Couples

Considerations for Co-habiting Couples

The Office for National Statistics states that “in 2012, there were 5.9 million people co-habiting in the UK, double the 1996 figure.” (1) Although our society continually changes, the law supporting it lags behind. This is the case regarding intestacy and...
Is a Willwriter also a Marketing Expert?

Is a Willwriter also a Marketing Expert?

On the face of it, with over the half the adult population not owning a Will, you would think the potential for attracting new clients is relatively straightforward.  Yes, there is a steady flow of business, but it requires marketing skills to convince clients to...