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Cohabiting Couples – Why you should make a Will

Posted on September 28th 2020

A Will is an important document which ensures your wishes are carried out once you are no longer here. If you die without a Will the rules of intestacy will determine what will happen to your estate. The rules of intestacy currently make provision for...

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Oliver & Co shortlisted for Firm of the Year (North)

Posted on August 7th 2020

Earlier this week we announced that we have been shortlisted for the Community Involvement Award at The British Wills and Probate Awards 2020. We weren’t happy being shortlisted in just one category and we are ecstatic to announce that we have also been shortlisted for...

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Oliver & Co shortlisted for Community Involvement Award

Posted on August 5th 2020

We are extremely proud and excited to announce that we have been shortlisted for a category in the British Wills and Probate Awards 2020. Oliver & Co are one of three companies who have been shortlisted for the Community Involvement Award. This award is all...

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Why make a Will?

Posted on June 24th 2020

A Will is one of the most important documents you will prepare during your lifetime. Below we have listed 8 reasons why you should consider putting a Will in place or review your existing Will. Appoint Guardians for your Children You can name who you...

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Making a Will while Social Distancing

Posted on April 8th 2020

During these uncertain times we have received an increasing number of clients enquiring about whether it is possible to prepare wills while social distancing. We want to reassure you that despite the current pandemic, it is still business as usual at Oliver & Co and...

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Lasting Power of Attorney – Preparing for the Future

Posted on May 21st 2019

Lasting Power of Attorney It is a common misconception that family members have an automatic right to make decisions on your behalf if you have lost the capacity to do so yourself. A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a powerful legal document, that can...

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