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The end of lockdown, the end of your marriage?

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Most people won’t be surprised that after months of staying indoors, children off school and the UK going into recession, that a marriage can really take its toll. What has happened to the world is something that nobody signed up for. So if a ...

The Effects of Divorce and Separation on your Will

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Many people assume that a Will made while you are married is automatically cancelled if you later get divorced . This is a common misconception, and the truth is that getting divorced does not mean your Will is cancelled. Your Will remains valid, but...

Why everyone needs a Will and Power of Attorney

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Sue Grogan, Managing Director of Joined-Up Working has written this guest blog. Sue talks about real life experiences of why it is important to have a Will and a Power of Attorney. Story 1 My Uncle Paul died years ago aged 59, leaving Auntie Penny...

Invalid Wills during the Coronavirus pandemic

Hannah Howe
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Writing a Will during the Pandemic The recent pandemic has, unsurprisingly, seen a huge demand for people wanting to make or update their Wills . Many people have made Wills during lockdown, but reports are now coming through which confirm that Wills made...

6 Steps to Buying a New Build Home

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The following is a general guide to the stages of conveyancing and procedures when buying a new build property:   Reservation – Once you have chosen your home the sales advisor for the Developer will guide you through the various documents...

6 Stages of Making a Power of Attorney

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Find 6 Stages of Making a Power of Attorney Initial Stage The first step is to contact Fishers to arrange a meeting to discuss your requirements. We will send you confirmation of the appointment. First Meeting When you attend an initial...

6 stages of making a will

Hannah Howe
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Here are the six stages of making a will - Initial Stage The first step is to contact us to arrange a chat with one of our lawyers. We can send you a questionnaire to fill in ahead of the meeting. This asks for lots of information that may help...

How to get your home sale ready by Lemon and Lime Interiors

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We’ve had an uncertain few months with the housing market being closed for two months during the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Recently estate agents have been allowed to open for viewings again but many believe that a virtual viewings will become...

Interview - How you can help your ageing relatives

Jade Soady-Jones
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Jade is a solicitor at Fishers who works in the Wills and Probate department. In this short interview Jade talks about the possibility of making a Will at home, the importance of Lasting Powers of Attorneys and how you can help your ageing relatives.  ...

6 reasons why you should use a solicitor to make a Will

Hannah Howe
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Making a Will is all about ensuring your assets go where you want them to, after you have died. Our clients tell us that making a Will with us gives them peace of mind, knowing that they have made everything as straightforward as possible for those they...

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