On a quick review of the legal profession you could fall into the trap of believing it is a hugely successful sector. Growth has been consistent over long periods of time and profits have been increasing steadily, so what could be wrong? [...]
In these uncertain times practitioners are (rightly) concerned with witnessing of Wills but there are older Wills in existence which can also prove to be problematic. One example of this was recently seen by the author. It involved a potential [...]
The future of work in general, and some areas of law in particular, is uncertain. Historically, there have always been peaks and troughs in different areas of law with recessions and booms, property crashes and property highs. There is however, [...]
Bloomsbury Professional are an established publisher of high quality books, digital products and events for lawyers, tax practitioners, accountants and business professionals. Our portfolio of titles provides valuable content written by [...]
Are lawyers more at risk of poor mental health than other professions? And how will the issues created by a global pandemic; a lack of routine and support structure, no separation between home and work, too much time or not enough time alone, a [...]
One common form of property ownership in France is the copropriété (co-ownership). This could be the ownership of an apartment, or indeed a house, within a development. The main concept of copropriété is that each owner owns the private areas [...]
When administering an estate under the law of England & Wales, the PR is bound by the terms of the Will, or the laws of intestacy. Each beneficiary is to receive the benefit to which they are entitled, nothing more nothing less (subject, of [...]
With September always comes the feeling of a new start – schools have indeed gone back, and Universities and Colleges will do soon. But in this rather damaging year for business, at the end of October, the furlough scheme comes to an end and [...]
The purpose of this book is to provide enough information for family law practitioners to deal with the initial case plan and provide guidance on how to instruct an expert to help with the more detailed guidance at a later stage.
This compact book has long had a place on the practitioner’s bookshelf as somewhere to start an enquiry into the drafting of a Will. Its stated purpose is to provide precedents for practitioners to see how to best express a testator’s wishes or [...]
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