19 April 2018
When someone dies, their belongings, such as their home, their savings, investments and personal effects, becomes known as their ‘estate’. Through a legal process, called probate, this estate is distributed in accordance with the deceased’s wishes where a will has been left. If a will has not been left, the estate is distributed in a way defined by law, known as intestacy.
11 April 2018
The Debt Recovery Pre-Action Protocol (PAP) came into effect on 1 October 2017. Now, with time for it to have established itself, we take a look at the impact the protocol has had and whether it has made a difference to businesses looking to recoup monies owed...
11 April 2018
If someone close to you has passed away, along with coping with feelings of grief, you may find yourself thrown into the often complex world of dealing with the deceased’s estate.
26 March 2018
Whether you are in the process of writing your will or someone close to you has passed away, you may have heard the term beneficiaries and wonder whether it is something you need to consider.
22 March 2018
If you have been caught drink driving, you will likely be worried about the consequences and what happens next. A drink driving conviction can have serious ramifications such as impacting your ability to work should the charge lead to disqualification, as well as the financial implications that a large drink drive fine could have.