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Do you need a solicitor to apply for a Grant of Probate? 04 October 2019

If you have been chosen by someone under their Will to act as their Executor, when they die, you may need to apply for a Grant of Probate. A Grant is a formal document which proves that you are the entitled to deal with the deceased’s assets.

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Do I need a Grant of Probate? 20 September 2019

A Grant of Representation is formal evidence that you are the Personal Representative of the deceased and therefore the correct person to deal with their high value assets.

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Aldridge Brownlee Solicitors LLP celebrates 90 years in business 18 September 2019

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Swing Unlimited Big Band at Highcliffe Castle 02 September 2019

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Why should I get my pension valued when getting divorced? 09 August 2019

Family & Children Law
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When should I make a power of attorney? 16 July 2019

There is often misunderstanding about what a power of attorney is and who needs one. People frequently think that they are only to help older people although that is not the case.

POA, Court of Protection & the Elderly
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Aldridge Brownlee support Jesus Christ Superstar 11 July 2019

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How can separated parents make arrangements for their children? 05 July 2019

How to use a Handover Book to ease communication

Family & Children Law
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What if a separated parent wants to relocate with a child? 01 July 2019

Family & Children Law
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What is a Cohabiting Couple? 27 June 2019

It is a myth that a couple who have lived together for two years are “common-law man and wife”. As a result couples often fail to take steps to protect themselves and each other.

POA, Court of Protection & the Elderly Residential Property Wills, Probate & Estate Administration
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