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Probate – What you need to know.

Dealing with Probate when you have recently lost a loved one can be emotionally draining as well as time consuming at a time when you are least able to deal with it.  There’s a fair amount of legal jargon associated with it, which can be confusing, and the tax regulations can be daunting too. So,…

The 8 Key Stages of Probate

Being asked to be an Executor in someone’s Will is quite a compliment, but it can also seem rather daunting. There are cases where it is possible for the process to be quite straightforward, but equally, there are also Estates which can turn out to be much more complicated than was initially apparent, or where…

Being an Executor, should I say yes?

Being asked to be someone’s executor is a great compliment as it means they trust you implicitly to sort out their affairs. However, it also brings with it a great deal of responsibility, and not to put to fine a point on it, a reasonable amount of hard work too. Lucy Duffin from Penderlaw’s Wills,…

Mrs Jennifer Pashley

I was very pleased with the way my late husband’s estate was wound up smoothly and efficiently, despite working at the height of the coronavirus pandemic Mrs Jennifer Pashley…

Video witnessing of Wills now temporarily legal

The pandemic has presented endless challenges to our daily lives.  One challenge now being addressed by the government is new temporary legislation making video witnessing of Wills temporarily legal. Under the current law, a Will must be made in the physical presence of at least two witnesses who have had to be in each other’s…