Why landlords should instruct a solicitor to draft commercial leases

10/03/2023

As a landlord it can be tempting to draft and review your own lease, saving the need to instruct a solicitor. Read Robyn Veevers' blog post on why we advise a pair of legal eyes.

Commercial Property

Mirror wills: Why legal loopholes are causing a surge in disputes

17/02/2023

A legal loophole in wills is becoming increasingly common. 'Mirror wills' are causing more disputes. Find out why here with our solicitor, Anna Kerr.

Wills and Probate

How to deal with a probate property sale

14/02/2023

Selling a house is hard but when it belonged to a loved one, that's tougher still. Read Nicola Birchall's blog post on how to sell a probate property.

Wills and Probate

What to do after you’ve written your will

09/02/2023

A will is one of the most important documents that people write in their lifetime. But once you’ve penned yours, don’t just sit back... our legal director Zoe Fleming explains why.

Wills and Probate

Answered: Your probate questions

02/02/2023

Understanding the process of winding up an estate can be complicated and you may have questions about probate. Here, our head of Wills, Trusts and Probate Team answers your questions.

Wills and Probate

How the Lasting Powers of Attorney can help someone with dementia

28/09/2022

If your loved one is diagnosed with dementia, here's why they should put an LPA in place. Our legal director Zoe Fleming explains more in her blog post.

Wills and Probate

All you need to know about the Court of Protection

12/09/2022

If a loved one does not have an LPA in place and now lacks the mental capacity to act for themselves, you may need to make an application to the Court of Protection to get permission to act on their behalf. Solicitor Anna Kerr explains more.

Wills and Probate

Want to be a Lawyer? We share the routes to get there.

22/07/2021

There are now many different routes to take if you'd like to become a Lawyer, such as qualifying as a Chartered Legal Executive (CILEx). Read on to find out more.

Family Law

Trainee Solicitor: A day in the life of Hollie Griffith

24/06/2021

Trainee Solicitor Hollie Griffith gives an insight into what life is like in the legal profession. She's recorded a day in her life as a Trainee as a helpful guide for those considering training in law.

Disputes and Resolution

Cheers to us…. Marsden Rawsthorn wins epic pub dispute

22/06/2021

Dispute won: We are proud to share news of our latest win - our client's long-standing feud over ownership of a pub.

Disputes and Resolution

Why you should consider a Lasting Power of Attorney

20/05/2021

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.

We share our top tips this Stress Awareness Month

28/04/2021

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

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