This is more of a legal question than a romantic one. Whether or not to get married can have legal implications to consider. Intestacy Rules: The law of intestacy covers what happens to an estate when someone dies without making a Will, and it is applied differently...
It is always so harrowing when we lose a loved one but it is seems even worse in these difficult times. Dealing with the emotional roller-coaster of bereavement is hard enough without having to grapple with the practical problems such as paying Inheritance Tax. For...
LawSpot What is a Deputyship Order? When somebody loses the capacity to make their own decisions and doesn’t have a Power of Attorney, the Court of Protection can appoint a Deputy to make these decisions on their behalf. This is done by way of a Deputyship Order....
LawSpot Why is it important for someone to make a Will? It’s incredibly important for everyone to make a Will. If you die without one then you risk the chance of your estate and assets not being passed on to your loved ones or the people you wish to benefit. It is...
Our News What is a Lasting Power of Attorney and why is it recommended I have one? A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document which allows you (the Donor) to choose a person or persons that you trust to make certain decisions on your behalf.Granting an LPA...
News South West England SME News Award Winners! Harold G Walker Solicitors was recently recognised in the Annual SME News Legal Awards as Best for Wills, Probate & Trusts 2019 – South West England & Recognised Leader in Inheritance Tax Planning...
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