The Court of Protection has recently provided new guidance which may make it easier for parents to be appointed as their adult child’s Personal Welfare Deputy, in circumstances where they suffer from Learning Difficulties….Read more
The government has confirmed that divorce law in England and Wales may finally be changed to introduce ‘no fault’ divorces. Family law practitioners have been campaigning for this much needed change to the law…Read more
New Capital Gains Tax (CGT) rules which are due to take effect in April 2020 will have a dramatic impact on those looking to sell or dispose of certain properties in the UK. CGT…Read more
Many people mistakenly believe that once they are divorced, the financial ties between them and their spouse are severed – however this is not the case. A divorce deals with the dissolution of your…Read more
What can you do if you have been left out of a Will or if a Will makes inadequate provision for you?
If you have been left out of a Will or if a Will leaves you with inadequate financial provision or if you do not inherit on an intestacy (i.e. where someone dies without a…Read more