Category Archives: Danielle Wane

The Importance Of Having A Will If You’re A Parent

Whilst we have spent this week advising that it is a very good idea for...

Businessman’s ‘Hopeless Disorganisation’ Triggers Bitter Inheritance Dispute

Business owners who carelessly intermingle corporate funds with their own money positively invite confusion –...

Bequests to Disabled Relatives – Professional Advice is Essential

Leaving money to a disabled relative in your will is obviously a worthy act. As...

Solicitor’s Evidence Decisive in Resolving Bitter Family Inheritance Dispute

Taking legal advice when making your will is more than likely to reap dividends after...

Making a Will? You Are Obliged to Remember Your Financial Dependants

When you have a child or you are a care giver for a minor it...

Considering Making a Home-Made Will? Read This and Think Again

The trouble with wills that have not been professionally drafted is that they very often...

Self-Builders Achieve Landmark Victory in Capital Gains Tax Appeal

In a ruling which will be greeted with joy by the growing community of self-builders,...

Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common? The Difference Can Be All Important

Couples generally either own their homes as joint tenants or as tenants in common. The...

Judges Have No Power to Rewrite Valid Wills – Guideline High Court Ruling

Judges have no power to rewrite your will after your death so as to achieve...

Making a Will? You Should Think Hard About Family Members’ Expectations

When making your will, you are perfectly entitled to bequeath your assets to whoever you...