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Making a will without legal advice stores up trouble for the future!
By Ravinder Sandhu, Solicitor, Sydney Mitchell LLP, 18th April 2017
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Giving Away the Family Home
By Lauren Gillespie, LLB (HONS), Partner and Solicitor, Macmillans Solicitors LLP
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Home wasn’t built in a day
By Jenny Pierce head of the Will, Probate and Mental Capacity Team at Wards, 20th March 2017
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Capacity – A Potential Minefield
By Michael Culver partner and head of the Wealth and Estate Planning Team at Bolt Burdon Solicitors in Islington, 13th February 2017
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The UK’s latest obsession- leaving hospital
By Philip Martin-Summers, consultant at Higgs & Sons Solicitors 30th January 2017
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Should Solicitors take instructions or advise?
By Sian Mills, partner at LG Williams & Prichard Solicitors 19th December 2016

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Common Misconceptions about LPA's
By Rebecca Harbron Gray, Gordon Brown Law Firm LLP 5th December 2016

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Rights, Resources and Reasonableness
By Mary Butler, senior partner at Bell & Buxton Solicitors and heads
the Contentious Trusts and Probate team 21st November 2016
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Digital Inheritance – Protecting your online assets and memories 
By Lindsey Bohanna, Solicitor and Head of Probate, Wills and Trusts at Coley & Tilley Solicitors 7th November 2016
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Thoughts from a Yorkshire Solicitor
By Andrew Gullet, Solicitor at King Street Solicitors, 24th October 2016 

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The Importance of planning ahead to prevent an uncertain future
By Rachel Roche, Solicitor & Managing Director at Roche Legal, 10th October 2016 
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The Court of Protection - Who are they and what do they do?
By James Shingleton, Solicitor LLB (Hons) at Brearleys Solicitors, 26th September 2016

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Spending money as an Attorney: the dos and don'ts
By Robert Tozzi, Partner at Burley & Geach Solicitors, 12th September 2016

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Gifting your residence to family members - The pitfalls.
By Belinda Harvey, Solicitor at HMG Law Solicitors LLP, 30th August 2016 
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Advice on what steps to take if a friend or relative is missing and/or presumed dead, and the kind of support a specialist SFE lawyer can offer.
By Sarah Young, Litigation Solicitor at Ridley & Hall Solicitors, 15th August 2016

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You don't need a lawyer to prepare a Will... or do you?
By Vanessa Kemp, Partner at New Quadrant Partners, 1st August 2016

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Lasting Power of Attorney for Health and Welfare – do I need this?
By Carli Colby, Solicitor at Franklins Solicitors, 18th July 2016

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What happens when someone else dies? Probate or Letters of Administration
By Emma Fuller, Solicitor at Edward Hands & Lewis Solicitors, 4th July 2016

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Lasting Powers of Attorney: Plan for the unexpected
By Krystal Garnett, Solicitor at Thomson Hayton Winkley Solicitors, 20th June 2016

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Elder abuse, safeguarding and the supervision - is the OPG doing its job?
By Lin Whitehead, Partner and Head of Wills, Trusts and Probate Department at Clapham & Collinge, 7th June 2016

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Five reasons why you are never too young as an adult to make a will
By Tanya Lloyd, Solicitor at IBB Solicitors, 23rd May 2016
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Proposals to reform probate fees
By Naomi Pinder, Solicitor and Head of Department at QualitySolicitors Jackson Canter

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Taking care: how the profession can empower vulnerable clients to access legal services
By Nicola Gunn, partner at Anthony Gold Solicitors, 25th April 2016

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Small legal firms can thrive
By David Sinclair, partner at Acorn Solicitors and Director for SFE, 10th February 2016

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