Month: May 2019

“62 per cent of leasehold homeowners felt that they were mis-sold a leasehold”.

A concerning statistic from NAEA Propertymark. This article on City A.M. highlights the some of the many pitfalls that can, unfortunately, be associated with leasehold properties. It is vitally important to seek expert professional advice when purchasing a leasehold property, or when extending a lease. If you already own a leasehold property you may be aware …

Dementia ‘greatest health challenge of our times’

The charity Alzheimer’s Research UK has warned that dementia is the greatest health challenge of our time. With one in eight death certificates in England and Wales citing dementia as the cause of death, the World Health Organization says dementia is now the fifth biggest killer worldwide, although in some wealthier countries, it is number …

How does someone die intestate?

Intestacy arises when a person dies without leaving a valid Will. A person who dies without leaving a Will is called an intestate person. Alternatively, a partial intestacy is when someone dies leaving a valid Will but the Will does not make provision for the entire estate and in this case the intestacy rules apply …

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