The case of an Oxford man has illustrated the complexities of probate genealogy and the importance of making a Will. But more happily, it also shows how the process of tracking down beneficiaries [...]
The Government announced in Budget 2011 that it wanted to support philanthropy, encourage charitable giving and reduce the administrative burden on charities.
The Law Commission has issued a supplemental consultation to its Intestacy and Family Provisions Claims on Death consultation paper 191.
A salutary warning for those advising PRs – remember that there is no time limit on bringing a probate action. However, fortunately, the absence of advice as to the risks of anyone pursuing a [...]