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Three Things that can Make your Will Invalid


People who write a will are sometimes concerned that it may be contested after their death leading to unwanted changes or that their will could be declared invalid for various reasons. There are several reasons why a will could be declared invalid. We shall review the reasons that usually top the list. A Lack of...

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New UK Visas set to launch in March 2022


With the Autumn Budget 2021, the government of UK has made it clear that they want to modernize the immigration system with the aim of bringing highly skilled talent to the country. Here, in this article, we discuss the new visas introduced in the budget. Scale-up Visa The primary goal of the scale-up visa is...

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Domestic Abuse Act 2021 – What has changed?


The Domestic Abuse Bill 2017-19, introduced in January 2019, was reintroduced in 2021 as the Domestic Abuse Bill 2019-21 with many important and much-needed changes. The bill received royal assent on 29th April 2021. With cases of domestic violence and abuse spiking up during the pandemic, the new domestic abuse act is a significant step...

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The New SQE Route to Qualify as a Solicitor


Until September 2021, if a person wanted to qualify as a solicitor, he had to take the Training Contract route. On an academic level, you needed to Have a Qualifying Law Degree or an Exempting Law Degree Take the Common Professional Examination (CPE) or Get through an integrated course. In the vocational stage, you needed...

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Key Differences between Wills and Trusts


By writing a will or creating a trust, you can ensure that your money and assets go to the right people. What is a will? A will allows you to decide who benefits from your assets after you die. When you make a will, you appoint one or more executors. They will make sure that...

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    This document does not present a complete or comprehensive statement of the law, nor does it constitute legal advice. It is intended only to highlight issues that may be of interest to clients of Aristone Solicitors. Specialist legal advice should always be sought in any particular case.