Under current divorce legislation, as set out in the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973, a person can petition for a divorce on the ground of irretrievable breakdown of marriage in reliance of one of five facts: adultery, unreasonable behaviour, desertion, two years’ separation with their spouse’s consent, and five years’ separation without the need for their […]Read More →
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It is possible to handle probate yourself, but the benefit of using a solicitor is ensuring it gets done in a timely manner, and also far more importantly, gives you peace of mind knowing the forms will be completed correctly. In addition, organisations like banks tend to prefer corresponding with solicitors. A solicitor’s client account is […]Read More →
Probate is the process that you go through when someone has passed away. Not everybody needs to go through probate—it depends on what assets you have, and how you hold those assets. For instance if you have a house, and that house has to be sold then you will need a ‘Grant of Probate’. A […]Read More →
As soon as your new Will is signed and dated it is immediately valid. However, the key thing to a will is its execution. You must ensure your new Will has been executed correctly, which is one of the major benefits of using a solicitor like us (as opposed to buying one of the “off the shelf” solutions […]Read More →