Making provision for your digital assets in your Will Whilst making provision for your digital assets in your Will, take a moment to think about what you would like to happen to your Facebook account. Facebook If your Facebook account is where you’ve
Stepsisters feud hits the headlines as their claim to Inheritance could rely upon a 20th Century Law. The tragic story of elderly couple John and Ann Scarle who died together at their home in Leigh-on-Sea in 2016 continues.
Many believe that if they live together long enough, they become married in ‘common law’. This is not the case.So what happens if you are not married or in a civil partnership, and your other half dies? Although discussing future
Common Law Spouses – do you have any rights? 3 true case studies According to the Office for National Statistics 2017 cohabiting couple families are growing the fastest. However the laws of Intestacy haven’t caught up, so it’s prudent to be
Inheritance disputes and how to avoid them Record numbers of families are now going to courts to fight for inheritance they believe is rightly theirs – back in 2013 97 disputes were heard at the High Court, leaping to 164 cases
New Baby? 3 Reasons why Now is the time to write or update your Will. Starting a family is a big step, there is already a lot to think about when you are having your first baby, but there are some other
From today you can leave another £25,000 to your descendants TAX FREE! As of today, 6th April 18, the start of the new tax year, the residence nil rate band (RNRB) threshold increases by £25,000 per person, increasing it to £125,000
If you don’t make a Will and then die, it means that you die ‘intestate’, this means that your estate will be distributed according to the laws of intestacy and any of the following could happen.Your partner could lose