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I am please to inform everyone that I am doing two sets of different seminars on legal topics for MBL Seminars.The first is an Introduction to Contentious ProbateThe first date is on 20th July and in London with further events later in the year ...
Wednesday, 18 April 2018
Currently my firm is assisting a client in a not uncomplicated case where it is being alleged that a will(the one in which my client is a main beneficiary) is a forgery.While this is a potentially dramatic development in this case, as in the ins...
Monday, 16 April 2018
As has been widely reported Sir Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive of WPP has resigned following a company investigation into alleged financial misconduct.While Sir Martin has let it be known that he is not happy to be resigning, on the face of it ...
Wednesday, 11 April 2018
I have just had a client (a beneficiary under a will) successfully obtain an application for inventory and account.In this case the executor has 28 days to procvide an account of the estate. But what are the benefits of going to Court for m...
Monday, 9 April 2018
In my capacity as an employment lawyer whether I am acting for the employee or employer one of the key things you do is to put a value on what the employee is likely to recover if the case goes to Court. The starting point to do this is to ...
Wednesday, 4 April 2018
If you are involved in a trust dispute be that a trustee or a beneficiary what are the best ways to try to sort things out while at the same time protecting your legal position.Here are some thoughts which may help.Manage Your Emotions - As a la...
Tuesday, 27 March 2018
I would like to thank  Karon Walton, Chief Legal Officer for Solicitors for the Elderly who has reviewed my book A Practical Guide to Elderly Law and published by Law BriefPublishing. The review comes out in April but succinctly she sa...
Thursday, 22 March 2018
With the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook investigation gathering pace, it is little surprise that the Cambridge Analytica Chief Executive Alexander Nix has been suspended.Given that the firm has its own survival at risk (I read today that Harvey We...
Tuesday, 13 March 2018
Here is a brief introduction to NHS Continuing Healthcare which is one of the themes covered in my book on elderly law. Where a person’s primary need is a ‘health need’, the NHS isregarded as responsible for providing for ...
Monday, 12 March 2018
According to Step the England and Wales High Court has ruled that an executor who obtains legal advice during estate administration need not provide details of the reasons for the resulting charges in the estate accounts, other than the basic vo...
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