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By z4027672030, Feb 12 2016 03:17PM
Unfortunately, we live in a world where no one can predict the future, and we don’t know what is just around the corner. It is for this reason that everyone should be prepared.
Being prepared includes getting all of your affairs in order, which includes planning for your death. Basic planning for this event includes executing a last will and testament, where you outline who inherits your assets after you have passed.
This is a document everyone should have at some point in their life, but there are a few life events that trigger people to consider changing their will, or creating one if they haven’t done so already. We have taken a look at five of the most common below:
By z4027672030, Feb 10 2016 11:04AM
Dealing with mortgages and conveyancing can be a minefield if you’re not in the know, and it can be awkward to get your head around if you don’t know the ins and outs. Nevertheless, Taylors Solicitors are on hand to help. We’ve picked out four mortgage misunderstandings that are common place in the world of mortgage-based issues and explained them for you.
Take a look at the following points below and hopefully they can help you in the future:
By z4027672030, Feb 8 2016 03:36PM
January is a month that sees an influx of people joining the gym to try and get fit as part of their New Year’s resolutions, and many gyms try and entice new clients with special deals and discounted rates to try and increase their numbers.
By z4027672030, Feb 4 2016 03:26PM
Bestowing to a milestone report produced by the Law Society, the legal industry of the future is coming approaching fast. Solicitors must figure out how to position themselves in the new legal landscape or risk losing out to competitors.
By z4027672030, Jan 29 2016 04:21PM
One of the risks of renting out a property to tenants is getting involved in a tenancy dispute, whether your tenants aren’t paying rent on time, have caused damage to the property or have simply claimed they deserve more of their deposit money back. Follow these simple steps and you should hopefully enjoy a good working relationship with your tenants: