Making a will: how to avoid causing distress

One of the many good reasons to make a will as soon as possible is for the peace of mind you will then enjoy. You’ll be able to relax knowing you have done everything you can to secure a prosperous long-term future for your loved ones. Sadly, however, life and death... read more

Moving home and conveyancing – a beginner’s guide

If you’re about to buy your first home, you might well be planning to hire a solicitor for the first time too. And, understandably, you could be feeling nervous. The legal world can be a daunting place for newcomers, full of strange jargon, incomprehensible clauses... read more

Should you agree to be the executor of a will?

Understandably, you might feel very proud to be asked to be the executor of a will. Carrying out the terms of someone’s will is an important responsibility, which means the person making the will – called a ‘testator’ if male and a ‘testatrix’ if female – must trust... read more