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What does it mean to have a house in probate?

Start talking about Wills and you’re into the stuff of murder mysteries and legal thrillers. However, the truth is not nearly as glamorous, especially the paperwork and implications of probate.

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The top six things you need to know about deputyship

Deputyship is not a straightforward process and often requires the assistance of a legal expert.

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The danger of DIY Wills

Errors in Wills are common and can lead to disputes which result in considerable legal costs taken from the estate.

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Residential Property

Viewing and moving house is now allowed

As lockdown measures are being eased across England, buyers and renters can now view properties in person and move home.

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The importance of writing a will

Wills are crucial to protect our loved one’s financial future and if you haven’t made one, contact the Wills, Trust and Probate team at Foys Solicitors.

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Domestic violence and coronavirus: How Foys Solicitors can help you

Foys Solicitors’ domestic abuse and injunction solicitors can help those in need.

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My quarantine experience during the COVID-19 pandemic

Melanie Penney, a Wills and Probate legal executive in our Worksop office, writes about her experience during this pandemic.

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Protect your loved ones with dementia from financial abuse

Dementia patients are some of the most at-risk individuals for financial abuse. However, there are several steps you can take to ensure your family member’s safety.

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A reduction in fees as a thank you to our NHS

From everyone at Foys, a thank you to all the NHS staff for keeping Britain safe.

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