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Ultimate Guide to Holiday Accident Claims

Although an accident is the last thing that comes to your mind when you’re about to board a plane to go on a holiday, they happen more often than you think. And sadly, they can turn your long awaited break into a nightmare.

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Ultimate Guide To Dental Claims

Suffering from a dental injury can be a very stressful, painful and traumatic experience. If you have suffered as a result of dental negligence, and this has caused you a physical injury, inflicted pain upon you or resulted in financial loss, it is crucial to contact a team of lawyers so that they can help you obtain the right compensation.

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Help to buy (helping the market or not)

Over the past months, the Help to Buy Scheme has been subject to a lot of spotlight.  On one hand there is a known fact that it allows new or existing homeowners to buy a new built home sooner, with a smaller deposit and access to cheaper mortgage rates.

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Making A Will In 2018- Tips For Getting It Right

 Making a Will is one of the most important legal documents you will conclude. Considering that every year 1 in 3 people die without having a legal document to convey to their families how to administer the estate and distribute the assets in accordance with your wishes, it is crucial to make a will in order to avoid any difficulties. With matters such as the appointment of an executor, funeral wishes as well as the division of assets and any other possession you may have, a Will will ensure that your affairs will looked after and your estate will be distributed in accordance with your wishes.

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How long does it take to wind up an estate?

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Death of a loved one is a deeply emotional and painful time. Having to deal with various paperwork as well as legal formalities can become too overwhelming for most people. It is therefore very common to instruct a solicitor to deal with the process of winding up an estate. With roles and responsibilities, timescales, communication as well as costs to consider, it is necessary to choose the right firm of solicitors who will ensure that the time involved in winding up an estate is not too excessive.