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Brexit delays increase in Probate Fees

08/04/2019

Probate fees were due to increase as of April 1st 2019. The new fees, branded as a stealth tax, would be based on the size of the Estate. The current Probate fee is £215 or for those applying via a solicitor the cost is £155 Under the proposed plans Probate fees would increase as follows; […]

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The Myth of the ‘Common Law Marriage’

04/04/2019

As a family law solicitor I often have to break the news to clients that they do not have the ability to claim any financial support against their ex-partner even if they have been living together for years.  There is no such concept as a ‘common law marriage’. Many people are not aware that this […]

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Privacy & Drone Laws UK

02/04/2019

Their growing use has set the demand for regulation and a regulatory framework for licence or permission, liability and privacy and data protection. A drone is just one of the terms used to describe these many light aircrafts which have so many wide ranging uses. This article is not designed to detail the air regulations, […]

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What is Bitcoin?

19/02/2019

How is Bitcoin relevant to applying for Probate? Bitcoin is a form of Cryptocurrency. If this makes your head hurt then we will try and help you understand. It was the same way for us when we came across the term. Cryptocurrency is something that exists in the virtual world. It is has no physical […]

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Cryptocurrency and your will

06/02/2019

How is Bitcoin relevant to applying for Probate? Bitcoin is a form of Cryptocurrency. If this makes your head hurt then we will try and help you understand. It was the same way for us when we came across the term. Cryptocurrency is something that exists in the virtual world. It is has no physical […]

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Successfully applying for a Child Arrangements Order

25/10/2018

Sanders Witherspoon have successfully acted for the father on an application for a Child Arrangements Order. At that time, the child was living with her mother and spending time with her father. The father instructed us as he was seeking to alter this so that his daughter came to live with him permanently. A Section […]

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How to Appeal against a conviction for Dangerous Driving

19/10/2018

Contact Us about a Dangerous Driving Charge Sanders Witherspoon LLP are delighted to confirm the successful outcome of a long running ordeal for one of our clients charged with dangerous driving and failing to provide a specimen. The case had gone on for well over a year since our client was charged with driving his […]

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How to Appeal against using a mobile phone whilst driving

19/10/2018

For help with contesting a mobile phone conviction contact us now We are delighted to confirm the result of a hearing at the Magistrates Court this week which resulted in an acquittal to a mobile phone prosecution. Our client was summonsed in relation to using a mobile phone whilst driving. He was stationary in traffic […]

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How to Appeal against a conviction

19/10/2018

We are delighted to confirm that, the Court of Appeal reviewed our client’s sentence for theft and reduced his sentence from 4 years to 3 years imprisonment. Tim Gir, Criminal Solicitor and our senior partner, said “our client had previously pleaded guilty to theft of £53,000 from his employer. He was in a position of […]

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