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Wills, Probate & Powers of Attorney

Dealing with estate debts

If you are an executor of an estate, you may need to deal with debts that have been left behind. Any estate may have debts

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Divorce & Separation

Divorce in a time of Covid-19

If you’re thinking about divorce, are in the middle of divorce proceedings or dissolving a civil partnership, you might be wondering how the Covid-19 upheaval

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Conveyancing

How to get moving again

Estimates suggest close to half a million property transactions have stalled because of the coronavirus crisis. Recent easing of restrictions means these sales can now

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Property Matters

Accidental Landlord Covid-19 Q&A

The Government hurriedly introduced legislation to protect tenants during the current Covid-19 crisis, and these changes came into force from March 26, 2020 and will

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Wills, Probate & Powers of Attorney

The perils of DIY probate

An increasing number of executors choose to deal with an estate themselves when a close relative dies. But is this really a wise move, asks

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Contracts & Disputes

Non-compete clauses: Ruling boost

A UK Supreme Court decision will give comfort to employers looking to enforce contractual clauses that restrict employees from leaving to work for their competitors,

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Private Client

Your Will: Don’t put it off!

Most people don’t like to think about their own mortality, but planning for the future is important to ensure your property, money and possessions are

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Divorce & Separation

Prenuptial agreements

According to a leading bridal magazine, the average amount spent on a wedding in the UK in 2018 was nearly £18,000. With so many things

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Family

Divorce: Sharing the pension pot

As part of any discussion regarding family finances following divorce, it is important to consider pensions. As David Anstee, KWW’s family law expert, explains, this

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Conveyancing

Indemnity policies explained

If you’re selling a property, you may find the buyer’s solicitors and the mortgage lenders insist on an indemnity policy being in place before the

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Family

Busting the myths of cohabitation

Unmarried couples are not offered the same protection as married couples and civil partners. Cohabiting couples often assume that moving in together creates similar rights

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