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Open Justice Trumps Trustees’ Fears for ChildrenJanuary 20, 2015

The public interest in open justice has trumped individual privacy rights in a case in which lawyers sought to protect child beneficiaries of a very...

Stately Home Sale Forced By TrusteesJanuary 8, 2015

One of Britain's finest stately homes, Tottenham House, will be sold to a mystery buyer for £11.25 million – despite the fierce objections of the...

Out-of-Date Will Leads to Dispute With CharityDecember 31, 2014

In a case which underscores the wisdom of keeping your will up to date, changes in the law relating to Inheritance Tax (IHT) led to...

Ombudsman Hits Out at Lack of Regulation Over WillsDecember 16, 2014

The Legal Ombudsman has published a report calling for the introduction of tougher controls on those who charge for writing wills. Last year, the Ombudsman received...

Value of Joint Policy Not Part of EstateDecember 8, 2014

When a couple's relationship broke up, it was unlikely that either of them would have foreseen an argument over who should inherit the proceeds of...

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