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Wortley Byers Law
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 20
Justice Secretary David Gauke: "...we will remove the archaic requirements to allege fault or show evidence of , making the process less acrimonious and helping families look to the future.”
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 20
does not have to be hostile now- guidance from the right solicitor can help the process be more amicable. Let our team guide you through your
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Brentwood Council Sep 20
Sign up to exhibit your business at the Brentwood Business Showcase here:
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Will Aid Sep 20
Great news! Thank you so much for your continued support!
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nicola.healy Sep 20
has 10 appointments in the diary so far. Looks like it is going to be a busy month, but all for a great cause
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 20
Great taking part in today- we are happy to discuss your queries regarding your or as part of your estate planning generally- contact our team
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 20
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Q5- we advise on the digital assets, assist with documenting what happens to digital assets on death, and make sure clients wishes are respected and followed
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 20
Yes we agree, has definitely been a neglected area- we are incorporating this into advice for our clients and is a fantastic speaker on this subject!
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 20
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Q4- needs to contact each digital asset provider (e.g., Hotmail, Apple etc.) to find out what happens to the account and if they need to follow specific account closing procedures etc.
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 20
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You can make a note of the new accounts and leave the copy with your will but if you specifically want to leave those accounts to someone then you need to update your
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 20
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Q3- Consider what you have, how they will be accessed on your death, are separate required, clear instructions regarding your digital assets (e.g. transfer photos to family with device left to a friend or memorialise social media account etc.)
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 20
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Q2- Identifying the , accessing the digital assets, working out if a digital asset includes items of sentimental value as well as financial and who they should pass to, making sure they don’t breach the law when using logins (e.g. Computer Misuse Act)
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 20
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Q1- Digital assets include: online bank a/c, share trading a/c etc. also social media, blogs, digital music, crypto-currencies and the list is ever increasing!
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 20
We are looking forward to taking part in this morning's with . Our experienced Nicola Healy and Herman Cheung are ready to answer on digital assets
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 18
Government consultation is open from now until December about – the law has not changed but Government are looking at what can be changed.
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Law Society FAS Sep 18
If you're looking at buying a , a conveyancing solicitor will advise you on legal matters and make sure you avoid costly mistakes 🏡
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Brentwood Council Sep 17
Thinking of exhibiting at this year’s Brentwood Business Showcase? You can register online here:
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Will Aid Sep 13
Should solicitors take part in Will Aid? thinks YES!
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 13
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Q4/2 If parties feel that they are immediately in conflict over the ‘reasons’ the marriage broke down that can impact on how they address the financial issues. For those parties with children this may also encourage them to be more focussed on working together
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Wortley Byers Law Sep 13
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Q4/1 If both parties accept that the marriage has broken down then being able to obtain a means that the focus can be upon reaching a fair and reasonable financial settlement.
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