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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...

New Appointment, Stephen Howe Strengthens Probate Team

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Stephen joins Fishers Solicitors as one of their latest consultants, he brings with him sixteen years of experience specialising in Private Client work. As well as having worked for various law firms, Stephen also provides lectures for Central Legal Training...

Fishers and Breedon join together to support businesses

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Fishers Solicitors and Breedon Consulting launch a free webinar to support businesses Fishers Solicitors, law firm based in Ashby de la Zouch are partnering with neighbouring business, Breedon Consulting who specialise in human resource management,...

Remote hearings for family courts - opinion piece

Andrew Robinson
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After reading in the BBC News ' Remote hearings for family courts 'horribly cruel ' we've got in touch with our Family Law expert and found out what he thinks. Andy described: The difficulties in family law cases concerning children I...

Furlough & Redundancy - tips from a solicitor

Emma Allen
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We will be continuing to update this blog following the government’s advice to keep all information current, with the ever changing circumstances. The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will continue...

The importance of receptionists - Interview

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When Fishers moved to new offices last November, it was really important the office fit with the ambitions of the company, that everyone had a nice space to work, communal areas were light and welcoming but most importantly the reception area was modern,...

Top tips for getting ready to go back to the office - commercial property blog

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Preparing office space once lockdown is lifted Office spaces with communal areas and shared facilities will be in the frontline when the next stage of lockdown is lifted, and staff return to the workplace.  Managing the return and preparing the...

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