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Long Lost Family

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Heather Lally, Associate Solicitor, Estate and Trust Practitioner and fully accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly from FDR Law, explores the issues in estates when unknown relatives appear. The popular ITV series Long Lost Family presented by...

Marriages and Covid-19

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All the years of planning, saving and excitement and you have to cancel.  We probably all know couples whose weddings have been cancelled or postponed because of Covid-19. It is still not possible to get married during this pandemic. The new...

Is the Nil Rate Band Discretionary Trust in the Will still needed?

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Heather Lally, Associate Solicitor, Estate and Trust Practitioner and fully accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly from FDR Law, considers the options as to whether a Nil Rate Band Discretionary Will Trust should be kept on the death of the first...

"Let's Kill All the Lawyers"

Stephen Lawson
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"Let’s kill all the lawyers" is a line from William Shakespeare’s play Henry VI part 2.  It is one of Shakespeare’s most famous lines as well as one of his most controversial.  Academics have long argued about...

Out of date Will, no Will and no mental capacity, what can we do?

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Heather Lally, Associate Solicitor, Estate and Trust Practitioner and fully accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly from FDR Law examines the option of a Statutory Will, when there is a lack of mental capacity to create a Will. Believe it or not,...

Making or reviewing your Will?

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Heather Lally, Associate Solicitor, Estate and Trust Practitioner and fully accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly from FDR Law explores things to think about when making or reviewing your Will. You finally have the time, you have got around to...

How the world is changing through video-conferencing

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With the current social distancing measures that are in place, we are sadly not able to have actual face to face meetings with clients so have to come up with other solutions.  Yesterday, I had a client meeting booked in to discuss the estate of a lady...

Technology and Covid-19

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We understand that clients and potential clients will be concerned about whether they can access justice during a lockdown. The legal profession and the Courts have rapidly adapted to ensure that Family Law cases can still continue without delay. This week...

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