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Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Succession law in Scotland moves slowly, as evidenced by the fact that the current legislation was enacted in 1964.
Wrigleys Solicitors
People who become the subject of Court of Protection proceedings often do so at a time when their life has been impacted by a significant event,
DAC Beachcroft LLP
New guidance has just been issued by the Department of Health which has the potential to revolutionise the ownership of NHS Property Services Limited and Community Health Partnership owned property on NHS Trust estates.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Recent research from the insurer Royal London found more than half of the UK adult population has not made a will, and a quarter of those have no intention of making one. Death, it seems, remains something of a taboo subject in the UK
Hewitsons LLP
The price of obtaining a death certificate in England and Wales will nearly triple from 16 February 2019.
Dixcart
As anti-avoidance legislation aimed at trusts, is increasing, people are looking for alternatives to protect a family's fortune.
Dixcart
The Dixcart Group has over forty-five years' experience in assisting clients to run and manage Family Offices.
Withers LLP
A living will is a document in which a person, whilst still mentally competent, gives directions as to what should happen if and when he or she becomes incapable of making decisions
Withers LLP
What happens when, mid-proceedings, evidence comes to light that radically alters the landscape of a claim? And who pays the costs?
Withers LLP
A recent court battle which pitted brother against brother over the ownership of three properties and a classic car demonstrates how a simple declaration of trust can prevent misunderstandings
Dixcart
The first presentation was from John Barnett on the future of trusts and the advantages that they offer.
Giambrone & Partners
The question of inheritance can unwittingly cause rifts and dissension within a family leading to legal challenges and in the worst case, a fractured family.
Giambrone & Partners
The question of how and to whom you leave your estate must be properly thought through to avoid leaving a difficult situation behind you.
Withers LLP
The case of Kohli v Proles shows how the obscure concept of domicile can be a critical factor in inheritance disputes.
Expatriate Law
When a marriage has been short, contributions are more likely to be relevant in the context of determining the division of assets and determining what is and what is not matrimonial property.
Anderson Strathern LLP
Following on from the Scottish Government's 2015 consultation on the law of succession (the response to which was released at the end of last year), a further consultation paper has now been launched.
Giambrone & Partners
Every year there are many people in the UK that find that they have inherited a property in Italy from a distant relative about which they had no idea.
Wright Hassall LLP
Plans to bring in a new banded probate fee system are continuing to progress after a tight vote in favour of the controversial proposals.
Intertrust
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Wrigleys Solicitors
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Dixcart
As anti-avoidance legislation aimed at trusts, is increasing, people are looking for alternatives to protect a family's fortune.
Dixcart
The Dixcart Group has over forty-five years' experience in assisting clients to run and manage Family Offices.
DAC Beachcroft LLP
New guidance has just been issued by the Department of Health which has the potential to revolutionise the ownership of NHS Property Services Limited and Community Health Partnership owned property on NHS Trust estates.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Recent research from the insurer Royal London found more than half of the UK adult population has not made a will, and a quarter of those have no intention of making one. Death, it seems, remains something of a taboo subject in the UK
Hewitsons LLP
The price of obtaining a death certificate in England and Wales will nearly triple from 16 February 2019.
Withers LLP
A recent court battle which pitted brother against brother over the ownership of three properties and a classic car demonstrates how a simple declaration of trust can prevent misunderstandings
Withers LLP
A living will is a document in which a person, whilst still mentally competent, gives directions as to what should happen if and when he or she becomes incapable of making decisions
Withers LLP
What happens when, mid-proceedings, evidence comes to light that radically alters the landscape of a claim? And who pays the costs?
Withers LLP
Owen Davies' family only found out about the November 2008 death of their late brother/ son four months after the event.
Dixcart
The first presentation was from John Barnett on the future of trusts and the advantages that they offer.
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