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cARTridges – Meet the Artist

cARTridges – Meet the Artist

Meet our next cARTridges artist, Jayde Stevenson! Jayde comes from a multi-talented family, as her mum Bernadette is one of our resident paralegals within the Housing team. Jayde's beautiful seascape-inspired paintings are currently brightening up our reception area...

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International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day: a day to celebrate the achievements of women across the globe. This past year has seen some incredible female-led accomplishments from around the world, including: 8 more women were appointed heads of state or government - plus...

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The pitfalls of DIY probate

The pitfalls of DIY probate

Do I need to use a lawyer for probate? When somebody close to you dies, dealing with their affairs can be a challenging task. And if you have been left in charge of sorting out somebody’s property, money and possessions after they’ve passed away, then the chances are...

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Dealing with probate

Dealing with probate

Probate is the legal process that you have to go through before you can deal with a person’s assets after they die. It is possible to deal with probate yourself, and when a will is simple and the person dealing with it is confident with the probate process and various...

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Cartridges Law pledges support for Age UK Exeter

Cartridges Law pledges support for Age UK Exeter

Cartridges Law is pleased to announce that we will be supporting Age UK Exeter with a special fundraising initiative. We have been advocates of the charity over many years and see first-hand the vital work it does for older people. As with many organisations, Age UK...

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Your FAQs Answered: Wills and Probate

Your FAQs Answered: Wills and Probate

Can you write your own will? Why do I need a will anyway? And how do you apply for probate? Our specialist Wills and Probate lawyers answer all your questions. If you need help or advice about writing a will or dealing with probate, contact us for a free initial...

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Probate fee changes on the way

Changes to the way probate fees are paid are due to be introduced in April. Many people are unaware how this will impact those who have limited cash resources. Until these reforms, everyone had to pay a flat rate of £215, or £155 if they were applying through a...

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