A Rightful Owner Or A Trustee For All?

Written by Stephanie Chiu.   A trust is not a novel concept to many. It is a way of managing a person’s assets. A person (a settlor) places his/her assets into a trust, appointing someone (trustee which can be the person him/herself) to manage the assets for the interest of someone else or even the […]

Moving further into the modern age? Probate applications to go online!

In a world that revolves so much around technology, it is only right that the legal sector keeps up. This is why all probate applications made by solicitors would have to be conducted online under recent proposals from the Ministry of Justice, encouraging practitioners to go step forward into digitisation.   What exactly is probate? […]

Stepping into the future? Will witnessing over video to be legalised in the wake of COVID-19

Wills witnessed using video technology such as Zoom and Skype are to be legalised, as the government aims to make it easier for people to have their final wishes met during the pandemic, and start to look ahead to a post-Coronavirus United Kingdom.   The basics of this new policy is as followed:   Government […]

Free Professional Will Service for Our Amazing NHS Workers

The outbreak of COVID-19 has hit everyone hard, but none harder than the incredible NHS staff who are risking their lives every day in order to look after others.   We are hugely lucky to have the NHS, not only in hard times such as the ones we currently find ourselves in, but every day. […]

50% Discount on Our Professional Will Drafting Service!

Act now! First 50 applicants will receive 50% discount on our Professional Will Writing Services!   One of our caseworkers has generously chosen to donate their hard-earned bonus to help fund clients in making their wills during these uncertain times, so we are offering half price wills to the first 50 clients who contact us […]

Coronavirus outbreak has thousands thinking about wills – we are here to help

The demand for wills has understandably increased since the outbreak of the coronavirus, with more people starting to contemplate their end of life plans. Financial consultancy firm deVere Group have revealed that the demand for wills jumped by 76% in the past fortnight alone.   People want to make sure everything is in place so […]

Amnesty International – Make a Will Month

We are very pleased to announce that Lisa’s Law Solicitors will be taking part in Amnesty International’s Make a Will Month campaign for 2020.   This wonderful initiative runs throughout March and will help raise vital funds for an excellent cause and is open to anyone who requires a simple will.  We also offer free […]

Living together vs Marriage – legal rights breakdown.

In the eyes of many people around the world, marriage does not have to be synonymous with love. Millions of people live together, have children and do all the things married couples do without ever tying the knot. Of course, on the reverse side there are people who see marriage as a very important part […]