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Rollits LLP
A recent case demonstrates how intermingling business arrangements within families can create a further layer of difficulty when marriages breakdown and emotions run high.
Rollits LLP
The recent case of Shapton v Seviour (2020) provides a welcome example of the Court coming to what many would consider to be a sensible conclusion to what,
Butcher & Barlow
Our Wills and Probate team at Butcher & Barlow are here to take the stress away from the Will writing process. If someone dies without a valid Will in place, then the intestacy laws
Butcher & Barlow
Our Wills and Probate team at Butcher & Barlow are here to take the stress away from the Will writing process. If someone dies without a valid Will in place, then the intestacy laws will decide...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Landed estates and farms are used to their business success, or otherwise, being subject to the whims of weather and climate.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
"No, not rich. I am a poor man with money, which is not the same thing" says one of the characters in Gabriel Garcia Marquez's classic book Love In The Time of Cholera.
Anthony Gold
Even in more certain times, many of us from time to time are in urgent need for a cash injection. This may be due to a drop in income or unexpected expenditure.
Withers LLP
Losing someone close to you is always hard, even if it is expected. Thinking about what to do next can be a daunting prospect
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
It has recently been estimated that more than half of British adults do not have a valid Will in place whilst the COVID-19 pandemic has jolted many into action to consider whether their affairs are in order.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
In order to be valid under the "traditional" method of executing wills (and codicils) in England and Wales, a will must (among other requirements)...
Taylor Vinters
From September 2020, Wills which are witnessed using video technology will be legally valid.
Anthony Gold
During the recent lockdown, some family members may have not been able to see the more vulnerable in their family as much as they want. Although it is horrible to think about
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The Ministry of Justice has announced that wills can now be witnessed remotely in England and Wales in a welcome legislative amendment.
Withers LLP
The cornerstone of family law in Singapore is that the welfare of the child is paramount. This was reiterated in the recent decision of Re B [2020] SGFC 46 ("Re B").
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Since late March 2020, the UK has been subject to a government-imposed lockdown in an attempt to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Anthony Gold
In the second post of the themed week, Fiona Lyon speaks about Pre-nuptial Agreements.
Anthony Gold
The second reading of the "no fault" divorce bill took place night and was voted in by an overwhelming majority of 231 votes to 16.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
The Government has announced it will revise the Wills Act 1837, in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). Making a Will has never been more important for many.
Giambrone & Partners
Increasingly another aspect thrown up by divorce is the question of custody of the pets.
Anthony Gold
The ongoing Covid-19 crisis has impacted nearly all aspects of our ordinary everyday lives. One consequence of this difficult time is likely to be an increase in individuals passing away
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