Dispute Resolution - Page 1

A royal lesson in keeping things under your hat

A judicial decision has seen the late Duke of Edinburgh’s will sealed for 90 years, and the value of the estate excluded from the grant...

Lucy Penfold

Senior Solicitor, Dispute Resolution
Trusts & Estates, Wills, Trusts & Estates | 20th September 2021

Leaving gifts to charity in your will

The International Day of Charity takes place annually in September, but did you know that one of the best ways to support a charity is...

Jordan Page

Senior Solicitor, Trusts & Estates

Can you make a Power of Attorney online?

It is possible to make a Power of Attorney online, but whether you should is an entirely different matter. The process of making a Power...

Sue Macleod

Associate, Trusts & Estates

Five reasons you should use a solicitor to write your...

If you are thinking about writing a will, you may have considered doing it yourself. There are many templates and tools available online, along with...

Marie-Claire Robson

Senior Solicitor, Trusts & Estates

How unspent income from lockdown could cut future tax bills

Internet shopping may have boomed during lockdown, but many people have spent less than usual while forced to stay home, and those with spare money...

Louise Harrhy

Partner, Head of Trusts & Estates

What happens to debt after someone dies?

When someone you love has passed away, the last thing you might be thinking about is debt. However, there are many misconceptions about debt and...

Sue Macleod

Associate, Trusts & Estates

Power of Attorney & protecting the rights of people with...

Dementia Action Week runs 17th - 23rd May 2021 and is a national event that sees the public coming together to take action to improve...

Louise Harrhy

Partner, Head of Trusts & Estates

New Year, new you? Why it might be a good...

There is no denying that 2020 is a year which will go down in history - for many reasons. The global pandemic, Brexit, and the...

Claire Gray

Senior Solicitor, Trusts & Estates

Virtual witnessing of wills

The UK government has introduced temporary legislation which allows wills to now be witnessed remotely using a live video link with effect from 28th September...

Louise Harrhy

Partner, Head of Trusts & Estates