People who help themselves to money from a deceased person’s estate is an occurrence that is not ats rare as it could be, according to a recent article in Today’s Wills and Probate exploring estate fraud.
I use Casedo for the majority of my work, including working on papers for written advices and for hearings (both physical and remote). I previously did all of my work on paper; I switched to electronic bundles during the pandemic.
With surrogacy statistics now showing that Parental Orders have increased four-fold in the last ten years in England and Wales, it is an encouraging sign that England and Wales are beginning to identify itself as a preferred choice of venue for surrogacy on an altruistic basis.
The latest UK monthly property transactions data shows that the provisional seasonally adjusted estimate of UK residential transactions in September 2021 is 160,950, 68.4% higher than September 2020 and 67.5% higher than August 2021.
OneSearch, the largest local search data company in the UK, today announce their latest portal integration with CLS Property Insight (CLS PI), offering best in class legal indemnity insurance for both residential and commercial property transactions.
UK average house prices increased by 10.6% over the year to August 2021, up from 8.5% in July. The average UK house price was £264,000 in August 2021, which is £25,000 higher than this time last year.
Lawyers can now earn £250 an hour without leaving home by carrying out remote video consultations with clients. This is being offered by the “Lawyer 365” app to qualified lawyers who want to work “flexibly”. Lawyers are told they can work from home or their usual workplace.
Leading outsourced communications provider, Moneypenny, has launched a research project to uncover the trends within legal inbound marketing over the last 12 months.
More than half of the 53% of women who intend on leaving an inheritance have no financial planning in place to ensure the process is carried out effectively and in line with their wishes – this is compared to 41% of men.
In September, some of the most notable data breaches included a data breach involving the details of Afghan interpreters, an unsecured database containing customer records related to wearable technology and fitness services and a cyber-attack against a section of the France-Visas website.
As we recover from an unprecedented 19 months within our sector, marketing teams and clerks’ rooms are keener than ever to try out something new in the promotion of their businesses.
As we look towards the end of 2021 and at how the Bar has adapted to the harsh realities of the pandemic, the question beckons as to what the future holds.
The global coronavirus pandemic, and the rise in people working from home, has unfortunately provoked a growth in cyber-crime. The UK government estimates that the cost of cyber-crime is £27bn per annum.