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What is a Funeral Service?

Here at Lifetime Solicitors, we offer an excellent pre-paid funeral plan that can help deliver peace of mind during this difficult time for you and your family. We are an experienced team of individuals, ready to help organise an amazing send-off for your loss. For...

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The Importance of Writing a Will

Being healthy is often something we take for granted and it is very easy to forget about planning for the future. Writing a Will whilst you are healthy and regularly keeping it up to date, as circumstances change, is extremely important, as currently one in three...

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How Long Does Probate Take?

Probate is the legal and financial processes involved in dealing with the property, money and possessions (called the assets) and paying any debts of a person who has died. The responsibility of distributing someone’s estate has set rules, and often it is necessary to...

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Will Writing: Why?

What is a will? A will is a legal document where the writer, expresses how and where their property is distributed to after their death. At Lifetime Solicitors, our qualified advisors aim to discuss and provide you with the best advice on Will writing whether it is in...

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Why You Are Never Too Young To Write A Will

Writing a Will is one of the important tasks you will do in your lifetime. Despite the common fears and misconceptions, that the best time to write one is in later life, you are never too young to write a Will.  You must be at least 18 years old to make a Will unless...

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The Conveyance Process Explained

Buying a house will likely be your most expensive purchase. This is why it is important to understand all of the costs involved so that you are prepared and have the funds available. The Conveyance Process Your conveyancer will carry out several searches of a...

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The risks of failing to write a will

The majority of people like to make sure that their loved ones are left with a secure financial future. Having said that, the latest figures revealed by the Law Society suggest that the majority of people under the age of 55 have yet to write a will. To attempt to...

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