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Beginning divorce proceedings? A short glossary of terms from our family solicitors

Well-known as being one of the most stressful experiences that someone can experience, divorce or legally-separating from your former spouse can be a harrowing process. Like many other legal procedures in the UK, divorce entails a step-by-step procedure, with each step involving a fair amount of paperwork and double-checking from legal professionals. If you and…


Been named an executor of an estate? The process simplified by probate solicitors at Andrew & Andrew

So, you have recently had the misfortune to learn that a family member has passed. And, to make matters more worrisome, you have also learned that you have been named as the executor of their estate. Now what? The executor of an estate is an important role when it comes to handling the affairs of…


Looking for top solicitors to take your case? 5 reasons to choose Andrew & Andrew

It goes without saying that the modern world is complicated. While you may be one of the fortunate few who has so far been able to navigate through life without requiring legal advice along the way, due to the increase in contracts, liabilities and other legal terms, it is unlikely to stay that way! Let’s…


Finding probate jargon tricky? Common terms defined by probate solicitors at Andrew & Andrew

It goes without saying that in the UK, the legal system contains a fair amount of jargon! Unless you have studied law, there are many terms that you may encounter during your life that will leave you scratching your head, especially in relation to more sensitive and complex circumstances, such as probate. Of course, while…


Need help choosing your ideal family solicitor? Top tips from Andrew & Andrew

When you are looking for a legal representative to handle a family dispute, it can be all too tempting to choose the first one that you come across. However, like all areas of law in the UK, family law is complicated, and requires a skilled and knowledgeable hand to navigate without issue. In cases that…


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