Category: Wills

Probate Fees Set To Rise

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The Government has confirmed that it plans to proceed with proposals to make changes to probate fees in England and Wales. This will see the fee payable on making an application for probate changing from being a flat fee to a banded system where the fee is dependent on the value of the estate. This is likely to result in a significant increase in the fee payable for a large…

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New Recruit Lynn Vowles Advises Foreign Property Owners To Make A Will

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It’s time to up-date your Will this Summer, says Solicitor Lynn Vowles. This Summer the European laws on succession (what happens to your property when you die) are due to change with the introduction on 17th August of the EU Succession Regulation (known as Brussels IV). This potentially will have a huge effect on those British citizens who own property abroad in the EU zone as the rights of succession…

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Will Aid Raises Over £1200 For Charity

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Will Aid Raises Over £1000 andrews ritson solicitors has raised over £1000 for nine UK charities by writing Wills for local people under the Will Aid scheme. Jonathan Ritson, Director of andrews ritson offered his time and expertise without charge to give people the opportunity to make or update their basic Will in return for a donation to Will Aid who share the money between ActionAid, Age UK, British Red…

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Will Aid 2014

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  Make a Will with Will Aid this November    andrews ritson are pleased to announce that we will be taking part in Will Aid this November. We will waive our fee for drawing up a basic Will and instead invite our clients to donate to the Will Aid group of charities. The suggested minimum donation £95 for a single basic Will and £150 for mirror Wills. The money raised is…

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