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No Win, No Fee Lawyers - Pros & Cons

December 1, 2019 The reality of the human psyche is that consumers are easily persuaded by tricky marketing messages that tell us we’re getting a really good deal when often we aren’t. It is a basic concept in the psychology of marketing, that…

Deceased Gives Cheque That Gets Cashed After Death

May 1, 2018 In a recent case regarding a disputed estate, an issue arose as to whether a cheque not cashed before the deceased’s death should be regarded as a gift or whether the money was to be returned to the deceased estate.…

Disputes Between Executors

April 1, 2018 Disagreements between Executors can have an immensely negative impact on the administration of a deceased Estate, from slowing down the distribution of the Estate to the beneficiaries named in the Will, to increasing legal costs and time-consuming, expensive court proceedings…

Deed of Variation

March 1, 2018 A Deed of Variation is a legal document that changes the terms of a person’s Will after their death. Why would you need a Deed of Variation? There are several reasons why the beneficiaries to a Will may wish to…

Stopping Probate using a Caveat in a Will Claim

January 1, 2018 A common issue that can arise in a Will claim is the danger that the Court may issue a Grant of Probate of a deceased’s Will, which allows the Executor to start distributing the assets to the beneficiaries listed in…

My Gay Partner Died – Am I Entitled To Anything?

September 1, 2017 I was in a gay relationship and my partner died. We didn’t have Wills in place and had only been together for 18 months. Am I entitled to any of his possessions? You may be entitled to your partner’s possessions…