This week, the government launched a 12-week consultation into the modernisation of Lasting Powers of Attorney (‘LPAs’). An LPA is a legal document that allows someone to make decisions about your finances, health, and care for you should you lose mental capacity.
Asking prices for homes have hit a record high for the third month in a row, according to the leading property website Rightmove.
A big update from tech giants Apple will include a privacy feature that will make it easier to pass on your account and personal information after you die.
For many people, thinking about death is something they are very reluctant to do, but they may at least make provision in their will just in case.
A recent study has revealed where anyone selling their home can maximise their chances of beating the market bottleneck by securing a cash buyer.
An estate agent has urged conveyancers to be more transparent after seeing increased fees due to stamp duty pressures.
The latest data from HMRC on monthly property transactions shows that the April figures were double those of April 2020, when the UK entered the first lockdown.
The shocking death rates from the COVID-19 pandemic have shone a light on one’s own mortality, leading many into considering getting our affairs into order, should the unthinkable happen.
The signing and the witnessing of key conveyancing documents can now take place the same day in 80 per cent of cases.
A study by family law firm Cordell & Cordell has looked at the number of internet enquiries on how to find a divorce solicitor, revealing the UK’s divorce hotspots. According to the Bournemouth Echo, in first place is Bolton, followed by Bristol, Bournemouth and...