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Solicitors In Bournemouth Please tell us these 3 things when you call or email so we can tell you what legal solution you need. What legal problem do you want to solve? How quickly do you want help? What would be a good result for you?. Or please call 0844 874 5377 with you the information and we will tell you what you need to know and how much it is likely to cost for our experts to sort your problem out.

My goal is to be your solicitor for life. It's not the first problem we sort out for you that matters. It's the second one. Because that means that as solicitors we have gained your trust and that you come back to us in the future and will recommend us to close friends and family. As most of our business comes from people in the Bournemouth and Westbourne areas it is very important for us to serve you well so we maintain our excellent reputation.

And I believe that by giving first and learning more about you I am more likely to earn your trust and solve your problems better. 3. Care about preserving family wealth by ensuring it doesn't disappear to others through divorce and -legal oversights, easily avoidable estate taxes, or end up part of the 77 Billion of unclaimed assets that the UK Government hold.

read more › Children could end up getting nothing. And your children could end up in the care of social services if a parent has not made a Will appointing a guardian. Fixed intestacy laws don't take into account how you wish your money and possessions to be divided out or how to look after your dependents. It is hard to imagine the unnecessary confusion and distress caused when people die without making a Will and these circumstances are often an ideal breeding-ground for family disputes. There's no better way of organizing your Will than getting a Solicitor to write it for you.

read more › Grab the FREE Bournemouth Conveyacing Guide To Find Out Exactly What The Process Is About. Because we have DECADES of experience and hundreds of successful Conveyancing clients from the Bournemouth area we guarantee our work for you. If you aren't familiar with what solicitors do in the Conveyancing process here's a simplified version of events. And believe me when we say simplified! We are not the least expensive. And if you are looking for the cheapest I recommend searching on Google for "cheap conveyancing".

read more › Everyone's situation is different and the law has changed radically over the last few years. For example, homes left to children through a Discretionary Trust may not benefit from the "new family home allowance", worth up to 350,000 per couple from 2020, because assets do not pass directly to children. So please telephone me today to for a free appointment where I can assess your liability and show you how you can keep your wealth in your family. It really does pay to get expert advice on this so please do get in touch.

read more › A Pre-nuptial agreement is important in ensuring that your assets and loved ones, in the UK and worldwide, are protected by the UK Courts in the event you get divorced. People's situation is different - the off the shelf agreement you you find online won't protect everyone. Please note you need 3 months before the wedding for a prenuptial agreement. If you have not got it done by then a post-nuptial agreement will be possible. Court divorce awards can at times appear to be rather a lottery, particularly in the case of wealthy parties.

read more › When a marriage ends, spouses and their children often face a perfect storm of stressful events: new living arrangements, parenting schedules, and of course, decisions about property and money. The emotions caused by these changes can make it difficult for spouses to understand the legal process of divorce, and may even impair their ability to make sound decisions. Getting through a divorce may be easier if you're informed about the process before it begins. The following article provides a few tips to help guide you through this difficult time.

read more › A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is the legal document gives you the right to choose someone (the Attorney) to make decisions on your behalf. This could be for things like property, finances or health care. It may be that you lack the mental capacity to make such decisions in the future or you simply wish someone else to make those decisions for you. I think it is an essential legal document to have because it deals with issues that happen before you pass away, when decisions affect you, not just your heirs.

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