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When it comes to ensuring your final wishes are respected and your property and savings are distributed to the people you want to have them, a will is an essential document, however many see a DIY wills as a cost-effective option to protect their assets and interests.
In this blog post, Heather Gaunt, an Associate Director at Thorneycroft Solicitors and the Head of our wills probate and trust department, shares her insight into some of the most common questions that both she and her team encounter relating to a personal injury trust.
A Court-appointed deputy plays an essential role for those who have suffered a severe personal injury and in this blog post, Andrew Dowd, a Solicitor in our Catastrophic Injury department, reveals the responsibilities of a Court-appointed deputy and how we can help if you require one.
We are living in some strange and difficult times, and we know that many things are uncertain at the moment, even though lockdown rules are slowly being eased, which is why our Head of Residential and New Build Conveyancing, Christine McClenaghan, has created a series of short videos answering the burning questions that our conveyancing team have been faced with in the past few weeks.
As a result of COVID-19, the last few months have been challenging for families, friends and businesses across the country, with lockdown playing a key role in putting a strain on relationships and making co-parenting more challenging than ever before.
We are delighted to be able to support The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) for their Ride to Work Day campaign.
Our checklist provides the employment considerations which will enable you to assess and control the risk of COVID-19 as lockdown measures are eased.
Our priority here at Thorneycroft Solicitors is to always ensure the safety of our staff and clients, as a result, our Private Client team have introduced a host of new measures to ensure we are COVID secure and that our premises are as safe as possible.
Throughout the end of May we hosted a competition to find the best image of you and your motorcycles, here are some of the best entries.
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