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    Blended Families – Wills and Trusts 10 Jul 2018
    Can it be fair for everyone? Making sure everyone you care about gets a fair share of your property after you die is an issue most of us grapple with. This Read more...
    Enduring Powers of Attorney: What are they and why should you have them? 16 Apr 2018
    Have you ever wondered what happens to your affairs when you lose the capacity to handle them yourself? We live in a world of uncertainty, and it is important that Read more...
    Upcoming changes to Enduring Powers of Attorney 02 Feb 2017
    As from 16 March 2017, certain changes are being made to the Protection of Person Property Rights Act 1988 ('the PPPR Act'), as well as the accompanying Regulations, which will Read more...
    Is my Will binding in all circumstances? 19 Jul 2013
    Many people do not realise that a Will, even if signed correctly, can still be challenged after a person dies. It is important, therefore, to give careful consideration as to how Read more...
    Trustee of an Estate – Hard Work as Well as Grief 09 Dec 2011
    Dealing with the death of a friend or family member can be taxing but, if you have been appointed a trustee in their Will, there is often more work to Read more...
    Trustee of an Estate – Hard Work as Well as Grief 09 Dec 2011
    Dealing with the death of a friend or family member can be taxing but, if you have been appointed a trustee in their Will, there is often more work to Read more...
    Who Pays The Ferryman? 09 Dec 2011
    According to Greek mythology, to be properly buried, a coin called an obol needed to be placed under your tongue. This would then be presented to Charon (the ferryman of Read more...
    Risks From Home Made Wills 09 Dec 2011
    One Hamilton High Court case highlighted the difficulties and pitfalls of drafting and executing your own Will when the Court heard of a person who created and signed two Wills on Read more...
    Charitable Trusts 09 Dec 2011
    Parry Field Lawyers provide legal advice on a range of trust matters including formation and operation of both family trusts and charitable trusts. (more…) Read more...
    Guidelines For Trustees (Family Trusts or Charities) 09 Dec 2011
    Parry Field Lawyers provide legal advice on a range of trust matters including formation and operation of both family trusts and charitable trusts. (more…) Read more...