Can I change the terms of a Will?

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If you have been appointed as executor of a Will, you are bound to carry out the wishes of the deceased in accordance with the terms of their Will and according to law. Some of the terms of the Will may be impossible to complete, for example if a beneficiary has died or cannot be found, or […]

The kind of lawyer you hope the other guy has

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It’s not always easy to tell if the lawyer you’ve hired is right for you. If you’re wondering if you’ve chosen wisely our (slightly) tongue in cheek Guide may help you to decide if you’ve ended up with the kind of lawyer you hope the other guy has. “A lawyer’s advice is his stock and […]

The devil is in the documents

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Court cases are mostly decided on the facts in dispute – not esoteric points of law or by the brilliance of barristers’ arguments. And it’s surprising how often litigants leave sorting out the facts to the last minute. Sometimes what seemed to be a rock-solid action can collapse overnight because a factual point was overlooked. […]