Why you should consider a Lasting Power of Attorney20/05/2021
Marsden Rawsthorn is calling on families to create a Lasting Power of Attorney this Dementia Action Week. The Alzheimer's Society's awareness event, which runs until May 23, aims to get support to nearly one million people in the UK with dementia and their families.
Inheritance Act 1975 claims: What am I entitled to?05/05/2021
Do you think you should have inherited a share in a property? Dispute Resolution solicitor Katy Rider tells you everything you need to know about claims you can make against an estate under the Inheritance Act 1975.Disputes and Resolution
We share our top tips this Stress Awareness Month28/04/2021
This Stress Awareness Month, our Solicitor Katy Rider has some top tips to ensure stress is minimised when you are attempting to settle a legal dispute.Wills and Probate
Why petnups have become a key consideration as a result of COVID-1913/04/2021
The breakdown of any relationship is an upsetting time for all concerned, especially when family pets are involved. Pets are often seen as an important and integral part of the family.Family Law
Busiest ever year for Commercial Property team despite pandemic challenge09/04/2021
Our Commercial Property department is celebrating its busiest ever year with a 20 per cent uplift in fees despite the pandemic.Residential Property
Heart-breaking story from TV’s Kate Garraway shows importance of lasting power of attorney24/03/2021
Heart-breaking story from TV’s Kate Garraway shows importance of lasting power of attorney. The pandemic has brought into sharp focus the importance of planning for the future.Family Law
COVID-19 Weddings – Advice for couples and venues/suppliers in the Event of a wedding cancellation or postponement due to the pandemic22/03/2021
It’s such a difficult time for any couple planning a wedding, whether that’s because they postponed their 2020 wedding or if their wedding was already planned for 2021 and now everything remains uncertain. Most couples, even pre-covid, spend around two years planning.Disputes and Resolution
Contracts and Coronavirus (COVID-19)17/03/2021
In the current COVID-19 pandemic, a major concern for parties to a contract is whether their contractual obligations can be performed and if not, what the consequence of that is. Many commercial contracts will probably contain a force majeure clause but if they don’t, then the well established doctrine of frustration could instead apply.Disputes and Resolution
Divorce and Finances22/02/2021
Separating from your spouse is one of the biggest and most difficult decisions you will ever have to make. When faced with dealing with a significant life change and the worry and uncertain that can bring, it is important that you obtain legal advice as soon as possible to assist you in preparing for a divorce.Family Law
Contentious probate and the importance of seeking the advice of a solicitor when writing a Will29/01/2021
The importance of seeking the advice of a solicitor when writing a Will.Wills and Probate
How to reduce your estate for Inheritance Tax (IHT) purposes11/05/2020
Want to learn more about how your loved ones can avoid paying as much Inheritance Tax when you pass away? Director Zoe Fleming shares some top tips on reducing your estate.
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