Deciding whether to get married, or enter into a civil partnership, is a big decision and aside the emotional side of things, couples need to consider a number of more ‘practical’ factors that are relevant to them. We know that the number of couples getting married has declined and more couples are choosing to cohabit.
In the first part of this series, our blog on Lasting Powers of Attorney considered what needs to be put in place in case we should lose the ability to make our own decisions. In the second blog post of the series we looked at what measures you can take to limit the amount of
At the time of writing, the Covid-19 pandemic is causing enormous amounts of uncertainty both socially and economically. Whilst everyone is, quite rightly, concerned with keeping safe and healthy (and many navigating tricky financial waters), there are some simple things people might like to think about during this time. Keeping certain legal documents like Wills
In the first part of this series, our blog on Lasting Powers of Attorney considered what needs to be put in place in case we should lose the ability to make our own decisions. In this second blog post of the series we move on to consider what can be done to avoid paying tax
As we move to a more tech-focused society, the majority of people will have a number of digital assets that will need to be taken into consideration when they die. In terms of the law, this is still a developing area that has not been updated in line with the rapid growth of our digital