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Making a Will & Lasting Powers of Attorney

Making a Will If you die without making a Will the people who administer your estate (“personal representatives”) and the persons who benefit from your estate (beneficiaries) will be determined, as will the amount such beneficiaries receive, by the Administration of...

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Farewell Ian

Ian Wessels has been part of our Tassells team since 2002, qualifying as a Solicitor in 2004.  As many of you will know, he was the backbone of our Private Client Department. His charm, kind-heartedness and patience towards his clients, particularly the elderly, was...

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Cohabitation…..what you need to be aware of

Cohabitation is the fastest growing family type in the United Kingdom. Since the late 90’s the number of cohabiting families has more than doubled. You would think that the law would be protecting these families in the same way as any married couple. That is not the...

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Wills and Young People

It may seem unthinkable preparing for the end of your life at a young age. However, there are many valid reasons as to why it is a good idea to get yourself a Will and Life Insurance in place sooner, rather than later. Unmarried Couples As more people tend to either...

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Rentcharges are interests in land held by a person who is entitled to enforce the interest if the payment of a periodic sum remains unpaid. The rent is the annual or periodic sum payable under a rentcharge and the rent owner is the person who has the benefit of the...

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