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THINKING ABOUT EQUITY RELEASE

If you are reaching retirement age, or already retired, it may seem like a great idea to draw capital or income from your home, especially if you are struggling financially. Some lenders talk about having a holiday of a lifetime,

WILLS FOR COUPLES IN SECOND MARRIAGES

You might ask, how do you write your Will, if you have been married or in a relationship before, and have children? Some readers may not be aware, that if you have simple “mirror” Wills, leaving everything to each other,

HOW OUR SERVICE OPERATES – 7 STAGES

New customers are quite rightly often unsure how our service operates. Below I have given insight into our service and highlighted a few points you may find helpful: 1) Firstly we make an appointment to discuss your situation. This will

CAN YOU AVOID PAYING CARE FEES?

The problem of who pays for long term care isn’t going to go away. This can mean care in your own home, or care in rest home or nursing home. With an ageing population the potential cost of providing care

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A SOLE DIRECTOR OF A LIMITED COMPANY DIES?

There are around 5.7 million small limited companies operating in the UK. These businesses employ over 16 million people. Of the limited companies, in 2017, 60% are “Sole Proprietorships” meaning they employ just one person. That is around 3.4 million

ARE YOU A TRUSTEE IN A WILL AND UNSURE OF YOUR OBLIGATIONS?

If ever you read a Will, it is quite common for it to say something like “I leave my residual estate to my son John; but if he should fail to survive me the gift should be shared equally between

IS IT RIGHT TO ALWAYS BE “FAIR” TO ALL CHILDREN WHEN WRITING YOUR WILL?

Reading in the Daily Telegraph recently, it gave details of the Will of the mother of Chris Evans, who sadly passed away recently, leaving an estate of around £130,000. Mrs Evans had left her estate to her children equally, including

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