Inheritance Law

Wills, probate and the administration of estates.
 
 
 
 

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Lasting Powers of Attorney

A Lasting Power Of Attorney unlike a general power remains effective even if the donor loses his or her mental capacity. There are two types and...

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When to Change Your Will

It's time to write a new will if you're experiencing a big change in your life, such as moving, getting married or divorced, moving in with a new...

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Unclaimed Assets

At a conservative estimate, there is around £15 billion of assets left in the estates of deceased people which remains unclaimed. There may be a...

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Powers of Attorney

A power of attorney is simply a written confirmation of an agreed arrangement in which one person ('the donor') gives another person ('the...

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Inheritance Tax

Inheritance tax is payable when a person’s estate (their property and possessions) is worth more than £325,000 when they die. Inheritance Tax of 40%...

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Appointing a Guardian

Parents with young children should always consider who will look after their children if they are unable to do so themselves and appoint a Guardian...

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