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In our March newsletter, we looked at refunds for Lasting Power of Attorney fees, Guardianship clauses for parents, new laws for Landlords on energy efficiency, cohabiting couples where the property is in one name and other legal updates of interest. Click here to read the newsletter.
In our December Newsletter, we look at the Dementia Tax and why couples aren’t doing enough. We also explore how £19.99 Wills can leave behind years of misery for loved ones, and how/why you might want to make a Letter of Wishes. Business owners may be interested to read our feature on Business LPAs, while those who haven’t yet made a Will/LPA should find out if they fall into any of the groups who really need to have these documents in place. Click here to read the newsletter.
In our October newsletter, we looked at how Councils are actively pursuing deprivation of assets cases, plus we examine what happens to your child’s or grandchild’s inheritance if they get divorced. We also consider mediation as a better way to resolve your disputes and we take a peak at a recent Australian case where an unsent text message was held to be a valid Will. Click here to read the newsletter.
Our August/September Newsletter looked at the recent newspaper coverage of Lasting Powers of Attorney and our response in the Financial Times. We also introduced our new Estate Agency and offered advice on both Deputyship Orders and gifts with a reservation of benefit. Click here to read the newsletter.
Our June Newsletter included an article for Father’s Day together with some news from the April King Legal team. We then covered 7 useful topics including gifts with a reservation of benefit and what happens if you remarry without remaking your Will. Click here to read the newsletter.
Our May Newsletter focused solely on the coming election and through the use of video and an accompanying guide, offered insight into how the Tory’s proposed changes to care fees might affect those needing care in the future. Click here to read the newsletter.
Our April Newsletter covered 5 stories along with some updates from the team. We explained about lower LPA fees and we looked at the issue of whether you should give your home away to your child. Click here to read the newsletter.
Our March newsletter covered 7 stories including why our tax year runs from April 6th to April 5th, the new Residence Nil Rate Band (a boost to your inheritance tax allowance), a huge hike in probate fees and major changes to bereavement allowances that will hit young families hard. Click here to read the newsletter.
Our February newsletter covered 11 stories including how to make the perfect pancakes for pancake day, our new Divorce guide, how to protect your children’s inheritance and a guide to ‘deprivation of assets’. Click here to read the newsletter.
Our December newsletter covered 5 stories including what happened to Caroline Aherne’s estate, when DIY wills go wrong, why cohabitees should ALWAYS have a cohabitation agreement and what to do if you’re left out of a Will. Click here to read the newsletter.
Our November newsletter covered 9 stories including when you need to change your Will, avoiding care fees and how lifting weights can help tackle mild cognitive impairment. Click here to read the newsletter.
Our October newsletter covered 6 stories including what happens if you give away your assets, the surge of inheritance disputes and the 12,000 estates that lie unclaimed. Click here to read the newsletter.
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