As a parent of a vulnerable child, it will have crossed your mind "who will look after my child when I’m gone and how will they cope”. It’s largely inevitable that you will pass before your child, so planning for their future
You have an Inheritance Tax (IHT) bill to pay but you need your bequeathed inheritance to pay it. Before you can receive your Inheritance you need “grant of probate” - you can't get a full grant of probate until
What are digital assets Unfortunately, there is no definitive legislative definition of a “digital asset” in UK law at the moment. However when we refer to “digital assets” we are referring
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.
Asked to be Power of Attorney? 7 crucial things you need to know! A Power of Attorney is a legal document where someone gives the right to other(s) to make decisions on their behalf should they lose “mental capacity” and are unable
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