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Samuel Phillips Law Blog

Month: March 2024

Wills, Probate & Trust

Why should I review my will?

Sam and Phillip are due to have their first child! They now need to think about reviewing their will and making the necessary updates.

Commercial

When should I get a Franchise Agreement and why?

Sam and Phillip have decided to start a franchise. Why should they get a franchise agreement and why is this important?

Wills, Probate & Trust

Michael Gambon and the Magic of Will-Writing

Wife of Harry Potter star, Sir Michael Gambon inherits whole estate leaving long-term girlfriend of 20 years with nothing.

Residential Property

Farewell to Multiple Dwelling Relief

The budget has been now been released by the Government. What is 'multiple dwelling relief'? And how will this effect you?

Family Law

The importance of Pre-Nuptial or Post-Nuptial Agreements

Sam and Phillip are now engaged to be married. They now need to think about pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements and the importance of why they should put something in place before marriage.

Wills, Probate & Trust

We’ve just bought our first home – why do we need a will? We aren’t married yet.

Sam and Phillip have just moved into their first home together. Their solicitor has suggested they make Wills, something they had never even thought about, assuming Wills are just for ‘old people’!

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