There is often confusion as to how jointly owned assets should be treated upon the death of one party and often people wrongly assume that: Either a person is able to dispose of their share of the jointly owned asset however they like in their Wills or f…
The most up to date statistics from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) confirmed that cohabiting couples are the fastest growing family type in the UK, with a 29.7% increase between 2004 and 2014.
In the information age we now inhabit, collaborative working is more relevant than ever.
A recent Court of Appeal ruling could hinder an individual’s right to leave money to who they wish in their will.
What rights do fathers have when they separate from their child’s mother and what can they do if they are unhappy with the arrangements for their child?
Now that marriage has been made available to the same-sex community in all parts of the United Kingdom with the exception of Northern Ireland, what should be the fate of civil partnership in England & Wales and in Scotland?
The new additional inheritance tax nil rate band announced in the recent Budget will affect individuals with direct descendants.
The comedian Rik Mayall recently died without having a Will in place and his family are now reported to be facing a significant inheritance tax liability of up to £60,000 on his estate.
For many people engaged in family court proceedings, obtaining a final order is sometimes just the first step in a long and painful process to actually receiving monies due.
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Today’s buildings are changing. They are more heavily serviced than ever before and the way in which they are developed needs to reflect this.