Why Wills Fail

A Will is a legal document in which a person known as a testator directs how his assets are to be disposed of after death. Sometimes it is not possible to distribute the estate according to a testator’s wishes because of flaws in the Will. The Will can then be said to have failed. Wills ...

Co Ownership of Property

The purpose of this article is to describe the different ways in which property can be jointly owned and how the nature of the co-ownership can be altered at a later date, sometimes by a single owner acting alone and otherwise by the parties acting together to alter the nature of their shares in a ...

Update for the Elderly

The Financial Conduct Authority is launching an investigation amid concerns that older people are routinely rejected for loans and are being forced to go online by their Banks.  Its probe will also look into whether elderly people are ripped off when they buy travel insurance and car cover.  A senior figure at the FCA said ...
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