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Frequently Asked Questions
What is conveyancing?
This is the legal term given to the process of buying and selling property.
Why Should I Make a Will?
The best way to make sure your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes is to make a Will. If you die without a Will, your assets will then be distributed according to the law, rather than by your wishes and the law will decide who will responsible for administering your estate .
How do I know if I have a case?
If you have suffered an injury as a result of an accident or incident caused, or at least partly caused, by the negligence of another party then you may be entitled to pursue a claim for compensation.
What happens if I die without making a Will?
If you die without a Will you are said to have died ‘intestate’. If you die intestate, this means your estate is distributed in accordance with the law. The rules of intestacy are not flexible and don’t take into account what your wishes may have been. After your debts and funeral expenses are deducted, the rules of intestacy sets out how your estate is distributed.