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Your Funeral Plan: #3 things you need to know

A funeral plan is a means of setting aside the money that will be needed for your funeral. There are numerous providers with different levels of cover for you to consider, from 50+ to later years. From July 2022 funeral plans will be regulated by the Financial Conduct...

Probate Explained: What is it and When is it Required?

Probate is the process of distributing the assets of a deceased person in accordance with their will. It also applies where someone has died intestate- without a will, but the requirements and the language are different. It is the only legal way to transfer assets to...

Lasting Powers of Attorney: appointing your attorneys

Lasting Powers of Attorney are there as an instruction for everyone around you should you become incapacitated through ill health or injury. Many people believe that they are something for the elderly, but that's simply not the case. And your LPA will be managed by...

Wills, Mental Capacity and Burden of Proof

Establishing your mental capacity when you write your will is possibly not something that you would naturally consider. Particularly if you're writing your will in your younger years (which we firmly believe that you should, by the way), thoughts of diminishing mental...

Bloodline Wills: 3 questions answered

Bloodline wills can be put in place to keep your assets in the family when you die. Not just for your children, but for your grandchildren and future generations. Q1. But what are bloodline wills? Q2. How do they differ from normal wills? Q3. And when should they be...