Category Archives: Wills & Estate Planning

Watson Ramsbottom Raise Significant Figure For National Free Wills Network

We’re delighted to have received this week a certificate of Appreciation from the National Free...

This is Why You Should Store Your Will Securely

We asked Senior Solicitor Danielle Wane to provide some expert insight into the below case...

This is Why You Should Never Make a Will Without Taking Legal Advice

We asked Associate Solicitor Emma Walker to provide some expert insight into the below case...

Mutual Wills – There is a Big Difference Between Moral and Legal Obligations

We asked Solicitor Abigail Sunter to provide some expert insight into the below case :...

Even Blinkered, Difficult and Ruthless People Can Make a Valid Will

We asked Senior Associate Solicitor Danielle Wane to provide some expert insight into the below...

Personal Advice Services Recap

Last week, across our social media channels, we highlighted all the Personal Advice work that...

Court of Appeal Analyses Will Revocation Clause in Guideline Decision

Included in most people’s wills is a clause that has the effect of revoking all...

A Diagnosis of Dementia Does Not Necessarily Equate to a Loss of Capacity

Occasional episodes of forgetfulness, or even a formal diagnosis of dementia, do not necessarily mean...

Undue Influence – Vulnerable Mother ‘Coerced’ into Making Will

Making a valid will requires an exercise of independent decision-making, free from the undue influence...

Declaration of Death Opens Way for Administration of Missing Teacher’s Estate

When a person goes missing without trace, the fact that their assets are left in...