Wills and Probate Blog
You can with a little foresight and planning make suitable arrangements by making your Will
What's been happening in Wills and Probate is an update of recent decisions in the Courts in September 2013
The brand new Clutton Cox online DIY Probate Wizard is a simple way for you to take control of the Probate process with a range of fixed fee packages
Court of Appeal held a Will was invalid on the grounds of knowledge and approval as it could not be proved that the wishes and intentions of the deceased were known to and approved by her at the time of making the Will
Conveyancing Wills and Probate Solicitors in Bristol provide an update of recent cases in May 2013
Bristol Conveyancing Wills and Probate Solicitors Clutton Cox provide an update of recent cases
The least you would expect when a loved one has died is for their estate to be properly administered.
Worst case scenario: dodgy executors running off with money which should have gone to relatives, friends or charity.
Yet, the Legal Services Board (LSB) has recently rejected the opportunity to reform how Probate and Administration of Estates are regulated
This is a guest post by Tim Waterlow of Affinia Partnerships
When should we plan a funeral is a question we very rarely ask ourselves. Simply, it’s a bit too painful to contemplate.
I must admit to being a tad frustrated when the new Apple iPhone adverts started.
Siri’s distinct voice giving answers to copious questions ( even silly questions) – I knew I had heard before, but couldn’t place where.
How a declaration of trust can work to protect your assets
Will Writers And Cowboy Executors Days Numbered?state Agent Bully You!
Tweet Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs seems to have embarked on an all guns blazing quest to increase its coffers. No surprise there. In its sights recently, according to accountancy firm UHY Hacker Young, is the area of under valuations...
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