• Post-Nuptial Agreements – the Basics

    • Posted December 28, 2007

    Although divorce rates are in decline, more than 40 per cent of marriages end in divorce (in England and Wales more than 100,000 couples divorce annually) and when one in...

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  • Tenants' Right to Buy

    • Posted March 5, 2007

    The right of secure tenants to buy their homes was established under the Housing Act 1980. The original rules have subsequently been amended, however, mainly owing to a growing number...

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  • In the UK, there are quite generous exemptions from Inheritance Tax (IHT) which apply to business assets. One problem with making use of such exemptions is the effect this may...

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  • In October 2007 there was a fundamental change on the way in the way powers of attorney are created and the powers that they can give attorneys, when the Enduring...

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  • Correcting Your Credit Rating

    • Posted May 26, 2006

    Most people require credit at some time, whether it is in the form of a credit card, a loan or an overdraft. However careful you are, it is possible to...

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  • When you order something and pay using a credit card, you are protected against loss…or are you? Although many people think that the protection that applies is absolute, it is not....

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  • Changing Wills For Benefit

    • Posted May 26, 2006

    A will expresses the final wishes of the deceased person and it is commonly thought that a will is irrevocable after death. However, provided everyone agrees, it is normally possible...

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  • Pensions and Divorce

    • Posted May 24, 2006

    Divorces among the over-60s are by no means infrequent and, whilst the potential for acrimony arising from issues concerning young children is absent, they often do produce a great deal...

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  • Who Can Go Where?

    • Posted May 17, 2006

    In England and Wales, the law relating to access to land position is governed by the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. In England and Wales, the public have the...

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  • Timeshares – Good or Bad?

    • Posted May 17, 2006

    Although there are millions of contented timeshare owners throughout the world, the timeshare industry has certainly had a chequered history. On the one hand there is the promise of golden...

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