Law Society blog - Wills
Here are all the posts tagged with "Wills".
01 April 2020
Melinda Giles, partner at Giles Wilson, Executive Committee member of the Law Society Private Client Section and member of the Law Society's Wills and Equity Committee, discusses wills, the legalities, and what you can do to help clients during coronavirus.
10 July 2019
Jane Cassell of JC Independent Wills & Probate Ltd, wills solicitor, discusses lasting powers of attorney (LPAs).
30 January 2019
Once upon a time, I was a little girl. My parents divorced, and both my Mum and my Dad remarried. A year after my Mum remarried, she died, which was not the plan at all.
15 August 2018
While you are sitting on the hot tube, train or bus hoping not to be delayed on your daily commute, think of me in south-east Cornwall on my trip into the office over the border to Devon.
21 November 2017
People believe that legal advisers should provide information about leaving money to charity when discussing wills, but many advisers are more comfortable talking death and taxes than they are about legacy giving. Rob Cope, director of campaigning organisation and charity consortium Remember A Charity, shares why it’s important.
09 September 2016
As part of Remember A Charity Week, Rob Cope discusses the importance of reminding clients about charitable donations in their wills.
12 May 2016
As part of Dying Matters Awareness Week, Gary Rycroft writes about what happens to your digital assets after death, and how to protect them.