Trusts, Wills and Probate Articles

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Trusts, Wills and Probate News

Court Aids Widow by Correcting Obvious Error in WillJune 8, 2016

Wills are written in a style which many would describe as 'legalese' but, as any lawyer will tell you, absolute precision is the objective. In...

Evidence Sufficient to Defeat Challenge to WillMay 22, 2016

A recent Court of Appeal case shows how important it is to carry out procedures properly in order for a person who clearly has impaired...

Evidence Sufficient to Defeat Challenge to WillMay 22, 2016

A recent Court of Appeal case shows how important it is to carry out procedures properly in order for a person who clearly has impaired...

Making a Will? Take Legal Advice to Avoid Family ConflictMay 8, 2016

In a case which underlines the reasons why you should always get a solicitor to help you make your will, the opinion of an experienced...

Dangers of Using Amateur Executors ExposedApril 20, 2016

A recent case clearly illustrates the inherent dangers of appointing amateur executors to administer your estate rather than qualified professionals. The executors were dealing with the...

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