Probate, Wills And Lasting Powers Of Attorney Articles
Lawson West’s specialist Wills Solicitors, Phoebe Tranter, adds her experience of how virtual witnessing works in real life
The Government is to legalise the remote witnessing of Wills during the Coronavirus pandemic.
There's an increasing number of contested probate cases where the needs of other parties outweigh the child's claim to an inheritance from their parent.
Lawson-West Solicitors shares the importance of having a valid and up-to-date Will
It’s been nearly two years since the joining together of Lawson-West Solicitors and Brown & Co Solicitors in Market Harborough.
Probate and wills Solicitor, Phoebe Tranter, has been quoted in the national media
Many people are looking to create a Will at the moment - How can you sign your Will and have it witnessed by two people, adhering to social distancing?
How to make your Will with Lawson West Solicitors during Lockdown
Probate Registry holds-up finalising the estates of the deceased with a 4-6 week delay
With nearly 60% of all adults not making a Will, Lawson-West describes WHEN to make your Will, WHY it's important and the REASONS WHY people don't.
A report has been published by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Inheritance and Intergenerational Fairness (APPG IIF) recommending the abolition of inheritance tax (IHT) in its current form.
Recent news: Lynda Rickard and her husband starved their victim, James “Anthony” Sootheran to death so that they were able to benefit from his Will, which they themselves had forged to include themselves.
You missed Will Aid month, but you can donate to charity in your Will
Delays to Probate should be over by Christmas say Probate Registry