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Powers of Attorney – Make 2020 the year to update yours

What is the need for having Powers of Attorney in place?  According to the Office of National Statistics, males aged 65 in 2018 could expect to live for a further 19.9 years and females for 22 more years. 

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Your Will: Planning ahead for peace of mind

Let’s face it, none of us like to think too much about getting older or planning what will happen to our assets when we’re gone.  It’s hardly surprising then that more than half of UK adults don’t

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Good morning, good morning, good morning……

Good morning as © Lennon and McCartney sang.  Most of us have a chaotic wake up regime, alarm goes off, hit snooze button, over sleep, nagging kids, miss breakfast, out of the door, late for work, in

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DIY Probate Could Come Back to Bite

Probate is a vitally important part of the Will process.  This is dealing with the valued, and often treasured, possessions, property and money (assets) left by the person who has died.  Attempting to

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It’s official … we’ve launched The Later Living Guide

A huge thank you to everyone who joined us at Waterstones Windsor last Thursday to celebrate the launch of The Later Living Guide. What a fabulous evening it was! The book is all about empowerment. Empowering

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Parfitt Cresswell Supports Make a Will Month

By Allison Tompkins, Private Client Legal Executive, Haywards Heath Our Haywards Heath office has partnered with St Peter and St James Hospice to provide residents with a fixed number of Will writing

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Is DIY probate worth the risk?

According to the consumer watchdog Which?, while many Executors use solicitors to handle the entire probate process, around a third of probate applications are carried out by those who have opted for the

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Do I really need to make a Will?

Let’s face it, none of us like to think too much about dying and planning what will happen to our assets once we’re gone can seem like a laborious and complex task. So it’s hardly surprising

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