August 2018 | Curtis Parkinson

What happens if I want to dispute a will?

It should be a simple process. Make a will and your loved ones benefit from your wishes. But we are all living longer, increasing the risk of dementia. The fabric of family life has become more complex due to divorces and the joining together of different families. So it’s understandable that claims contesting the details…

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Equity Release on the rise – but be very careful

With people living longer after they retire, they are more frequently looking for ways to fund their lifestyle. In recent years equity release has become a popular way for over 55s to boost finances. But beware. Seek specialist financial advice. This is particularly important in the context of recent reports calling for more stringent regulations.…

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Life Interest Trust: How to keep your property in the right hands after death

Making sure that your property ends up with the right people after your death is a concern for most of us, particularly in the context of a second marriage or children who may not get on. Setting up a Life Interest Trust is a safe way to ensure that your property ends up in the…

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