Private Client Articles

Administering Estates – Procedures and PitfallsSeptember 18, 2016

A recent survey has shown that more than one in ten people who are thought to have died intestate (i.e. without leaving a will) may...

Administering Estates – Procedures and PitfallsSeptember 18, 2016

A recent survey has shown that more than one in ten people who are thought to have died intestate (i.e. without leaving a will) may...

Business Assets and DivorceAugust 27, 2016

Divorce is seldom an easy business, but the problems are compounded when there is a family business involved. The division of the spoils has traditionally...

Asset Valuation Problems – ChattelsApril 3, 2016

When dealing with an estate, an increasing problem for executors is the valuation of assets in the form of the chattels of the deceased. In...

Asset Valuation Problems – ChattelsApril 3, 2016

When dealing with an estate, an increasing problem for executors is the valuation of assets in the form of the chattels of the deceased. In...

Consumer Rights law – GuidanceJanuary 1, 2016

Since 1 October 2015, under changes introduced by the Consumer Rights Act  2015, it has been compulsory for most businesses to offer Alternative Dispute Resolution...

Divorce and Foreign NationalityJanuary 1, 2016

Approximately one in six marriages in the European Union is between persons of different nationalities. Not surprisingly, approximately one in six divorces also involves spouses...

Making Your Will – GuidanceJuly 9, 2015

It is easy to keep putting off making a will. However, having a valid will is the only way to guarantee that your estate goes...

Making Your Will – GuidanceJuly 9, 2015

It is easy to keep putting off making a will. However, having a valid will is the only way to guarantee that your estate goes...

Taking Children into Care – The Legal ProcessJuly 8, 2015

We often hear of children being taken into care, but the process by which this occurs is not well known. The Children Act 1989 lays...

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