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17th May 2022

Ellisons Solicitors bolsters its Wills, Trusts and Probate Team in Suffolk

Ellisons Solicitors continues to strengthen its’ Wills, Trusts and Probate team in Suffolk with the appointment of three leading lawyers. Nicola Weldon joined the firm in September 2021…

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16th May 2022

Dementia Action Week 2022

The theme for this year’s Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Action week is diagnosis. We are often contacted by individuals and their families following a diagnosis of dementia to prepare…

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5th April 2022

Should my trust be registered with HMRC?

By 1st September 2022, HMRC will require all new and existing trusts to be registered with the Trust Registration Service unless they are exempted. Until recently, only taxable…

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14th March 2022

What is probate? Your questions answered by our probate specialists

When somebody close to you dies it can be a hugely traumatic time, especially when you are left handling all the intricacies of their estate. Our probate expert…

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3rd February 2022

Ellisons Solicitors Appoints New Head of Contentious Trust and Probate

Ellisons Solicitors is delighted to announce the appointment of Ben Fox as Head of its Contentious Trust and Probate Team. Ben joined Ellisons in May 2021 to expand…

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24th November 2021

New partner cements expert Wills, Trusts and Probate team in Suffolk

Ellisons Solicitors is delighted to announce the appointment of Nicola Weldon. The firm, which has offices across Suffolk and Essex, welcomed Nicola Weldon in September and in the…

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2nd November 2021

Leaving pets in your Will

It’s estimated that over 17 million households in the UK own a pet. With most pet owners considering their pets to be part of their family, it’s no…

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18th October 2021

What is an LPA & why is it important?

1. What measures can be put in place if you fall ill, to ensure your wishes are followed? You can put in place a Health and Welfare Lasting…

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9th September 2021

Mind the Cap

Following Boris Johnson’s announcement on Social Care reform on Tuesday 7th September 2021, Amy Taylor, Associate Solicitor in the Private Client team, explains how the reforms will work…

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12th August 2021

Top 10 myths about making a Will

1. “My common law husband/wife will inherit my Estate if I don’t have a Will” Contrary to what many believe, “Common law marriage” does not exist in England…

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