Dementia is a scary diagnosis that no-one wants to hear, but this week the Alzheimer’s Society are making additional effort to raise awareness and to get everyone to take a small action which could have a big impact on those suffering with the disease. See more at www.alzheimers.org.uk/get-involved/dementia-action-week . It is … [Read more...] about Dementia Action Week 21 to 27 May 2018
DIY Probate - Do I need a solicitor to apply for Probate? With an increasing amount of personal applications to the Probate Registry, a new online service has been introduced by HM Courts and Tribunal Services. The service will initially only be available for executors acting alone who have a copy of the original Will, any … [Read more...] about DIY Probate – Do I need a solicitor to apply for Probate?
New Probate Fees - A tax on death by the back door? The Residential Nil Rate Band First, the good news about inheritance tax: from 6th April 2017, there shall be an additional Residential Nil Rate Band on estates starting at £100,000 for deaths in the tax year to April 2018 rising by a sliding scale to £175,000 for deaths in the … [Read more...] about New Probate Fees : A Tax on Death by the Back Door?
Free Legal Advice Clinic Wednesday 23rd November 2016 Ann McCabe offers free legal advice over the telephone at any time. However, you may prefer to meet her face to face to answer your questions. Sometimes people just need a brief chat to get an idea about what is involved before deciding to instruct a solicitor or may just … [Read more...] about Free Legal Advice Clinic Wednesday 23rd November 2016
Emma Paxton joined Ann McCabe Solicitors on 31st October as a trainee Legal Executive specialising in Wills and Probate. Here we are about to enjoy an afternoon tea from HCL Cakes - Helen's Country Larder … [Read more...] about Emma Paxton joins Ann McCabe Solicitors