This was a claim for rectification brought out of time by the deceased’s daughter. The executors were willing to admit the claim and the residuary legatees who would otherwise inherit had written [...]
Scrapping the European Working Time Directive encourages us all to be overworked and over pressured. With youth unemployment at such record highs should the lucky few who have jobs not work less [...]
Gill Steel reviews the landmark case of Jones v Kernott and provides Practice Points for private client practitioners.
Currently the Court of Protection permits the media into the court room on a case-by-case basis. Should all cases be heard in public?
This case provides a useful reminder of how essential contemporaneous file and attendance notes are in examining the validity of a Will.
Our latest analysis on the number of applications for a grant of representation show a further decline in the number of applications, especially solicitor applications.