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Do you have children?

One of the most important wishes you need to voice in your Will is what happens to your children when you die. If no Will is left, then the authorities will decide where your children go. This may be against your wishes due to family issues, parenting styles and best...

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LPA AWARENESS HAS TO INCREASE!!!

According to Alzheimer’s Research the number of people with dementia is projected to increase rapidly over the next several decades, mainly due to increases in life expectancy and population demographics. According to the charity, one million people in the UK will...

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Division of Assets

During their time grieving, one of the last concerns your loved ones will want to deal with is which of your assets belong to who. Items of major sentimental value to one person may have no meaning to another. If no Will is left, your spouse (wife, husband or civil...

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Importance of Preparing a Will

63% of adults in the UK haven’t prepared a Will. These people are leaving everything to chance, from what will happen to their body and funeral to who inherits their estate. In fact, having no Will could end up costing your family a higher price than if you had...

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Just Wills and Legal Services is Recruiting!

We’re looking for Experienced Will Writers to join our network of consultants across the UK When you work with Just Wills and Legal Services, you retain your independence, while still benefiting from being part of one of the UK’s biggest and fastest...

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Change of Business Name

As from the 1st of June we will be changing toThe WillMaker Group. We will provide the same great service and will have our new pricing structure available shortly, to include Telephone and Skype Consultation Wills. Website will be changed over in the...

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Inheritance disputes and how to avoid them

Inheritance disputes and how to avoid them Record numbers of families are now going to courts to fight for Inheritance they believe is rightly theirs – back in 2013 97 disputes were heard at the High Court, leaping to 164 cases by 2015. Cases heard at...

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