What is the difference between a Solicitor and a Will Writer?
We live in a society where we shop around and find the best deals for pretty much everything. However when it comes to writing a Will, the cheapest option may not always be the best. Here we look at the how using a Solicitor for Will writing has advantages that will give you added peace of mind.
What happens when the honeymoon is over?
You are back from honeymoon, the dress has been packed away, and the cake is in the freezer waiting for your 1-year anniversary. But what if you realised you made a terrible mistake, and you do not want to be married anymore?
Is the Coronavirus Pandemic a Barder Event?
2020 has been a difficult year at best for everyone. In March the government told us all to work from home and for many businesses this meant they had to close their doors. For some this was temporary but for others it was a permanent closure as despite the government schemes they could not afford the impact of lockdown.
The Risks of Home-Made Wills
The Coronavirus pandemic has increased the demand for Will-making. Many people have also turned to home-made Wills without understanding the risks involved when getting your Will signed and witnessed.
Some countries such as Australia have passed emergency legislation to make it easier to sign Wills. There are no such changes in England and Wales and unfortunately signing your Will via Zoom or Skype does not satisfy the requirements for a valid Will under the Wills Act 1837.
What is Bitcoin and how could it affect my divorce?
The majority of clients come to see us with a relatively good understanding of the financial assets and debts within their marriage or cohabiting relationship, however, some clients feel on the ‘back foot’ financially having not taken an active role in the financial management of the relationship.