The government’s u-turn on a probate fees increase was today welcomed by the Law Society of England and Wales.
Sheree shares her experiences of working in mental health and disability law as a solicitor and from a policy perspective.
The Financial Conduct Authority’s deadline for making a claim for mis-sold payment protection insurance is coming up on 29 August 2019.
We welcomed ministers' decision to allow a probate fees increase to lapse, following our campaign to stop the fee hike.
We met with HMCTS again for an update on the delays to the probate system. Find out what they're doing to improve the probate service.
We met with HMCTS again to review how they have been addressing the issues impacting the probate service since we last met.
On 8 August 2019 HMCTS introduced digital amendments to grants, known as re-issued grants.
Jane Cassell of JC Independent Wills & Probate Ltd, wills solicitor, discusses Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) .
Mental Health and Disability Law Committee member Alex Ruck Keene discusses his experiences as a leading mental capacity barrister.
We have responded to HMRC's consultation on the principles it believes should underpin the taxation of trusts.
Floyd Porter, joint head of the mental health and capacity department at Miles & Partners, shares his thoughts on mental capacity issues.