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Plan for your family’s security in any circumstance

Investment planning? Make sure you protect your assets after your eventual death.

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Posted in About Just Wills, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Estate Planning, Inheritance, Inheritance Tax, Lasting Power of Attorney, Trusts, Wills

25 Ways to Live Forever

Sadly, for those seeking everlasting life, this is only a digital solution. Nevertheless, it is increasingly important to sort out your digital legacy – including online banking, investments, utility accounts, subscription sites, email and social media passwords etc.. The list

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Think your daughter-in-law is a pirate?

“We don’t trust our daughter-in-law. We think she’s with our son for his money and his inheritance.” Sadly, this is not an uncommon problem. On the positive side, if you’re worried about your son’s future inheritance, it’s an easy problem

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Have YOU protected your children?

Got kids? You really, really, REALLY need a Will! If the worst happens, your Will makes sure that your children are not taken into care while a court tries to sort out who should look after them. Your Will decides

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Posted in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Ely, Trusts, Wills

WISDOM COMES WITH AGE?

Be wise! Is it time for you to organise Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) for yourself (or for your parents)? Anyone over 60 should have Lasting Powers of Attorney – we’ll help! Growing old can bring many problems. Dementia in

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Blog: Do you know someone living an urban myth? Warn them!

“We’ve lived together for ten years so my partner will inherit my estate…” WRONG! “Common Law Marriage” in England is a MYTH – there is no such thing under English law. In black and white from the government: “A SURVIVING

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Blog: Second Marriage? You need a new Will!

“My mother remarried and was really happy. Then she was killed in a car accident on holiday and it emerged she hadn’t made a new Will since remarrying. Her old Will, which split everything between me and my brother was

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Posted in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Ely, marriage, Trusts, Wedding, Wills

Blog: Got Kids? You Need a WILL!

Got kids? You really, really, REALLY need a Will! If the worst happens, your Will makes sure that your children are not taken into care while a court tries to sort out who should look after them. Your Will decides

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Blog: Not sure you TRUST your son-in-law?

“We don’t trust our son-in-law. We think he’s with our daughter for her money and inheritance.” Sadly, this is not an uncommon problem. On the positive side, if you’re worried about your daughter’s future inheritance, it’s an easy problem to

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Blog – Do You Trust Your Spouse?

If you were in a coma, who would you want to make decisions about your care – or even whether to let you live or die? Your other half, your children, or a complete stranger? If you suffered a head

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Posted in 'Living Wills' / Advanced Directives, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Ely, Lasting Power of Attorney, marriage, Trusts, Wills
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