Posts tagged with: #Make A Will


Whose Responsibility Is It to Arrange a Funeral and Who Takes Ownership of the Deceased’s Ashes?

It is not uncommon to find families disagreeing on the way a deceased loved one should be memorialised. The added dimension of second family, or blended families, have increased the potential for conflict. However, more often than not, even if family members agree with cremation, it is the fate of the ashes that then becomes the point […]


Who Can Make Decisions When Someone Has Lost Mental Capacity and There Is No Lasting Power of Attorney in Place?

When someone loses mental capacity it can be an upsetting and difficult time for family and friends. This can be made even more difficult if the person who has lost mental capacity doesn’t have a Lasting Power of Attorney in place meaning that there is nobody with the authority to care for the individuals finances […]


Can I Gift My Home To My Children?

As Private Client solicitors, one question we get asked repeatedly is whether you should gift your home to your children. This question usually stems from conversations in regard to inheritance tax and/or care home fees. Gifting your home to your children can be a great way to reduce tax liabilities and safeguard your most precious […]

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