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Posts tagged “Inheritance”

Mother’s Day is more commonly known as Mothering Sunday, and is said to originate from 16th Century, when people returned to their mother church (the place where they were baptised or their nearest church) to attend the Laetare Sunday service (a service held on the fourth Sunday of Lent). The religious meaning behind the day is said to have kept it’s place over the years, until the 1950’s, where it became a common-place celebration across the UK. 
A traditional Simnel cake, on a blue and white cake stand, with a green, blue and pink faux egg and some flowers around the bottom of the stand.
Picture this: you’re in the middle of completing a pack of legal documents and you’re reading through then … BAM! You’re reading words like ‘Absolute’ or ‘Caveat Emptor’ or ‘Per stirpes’. So, to help you along the way, our expert team of solicitors in Lancaster and Preston at MG Legal, have compiled a list of common words or phrases used in our legal documents which start with the letters A - F
 
And, if there’s one not on the list that you come across, drop it in the comments below and we can confirm the meaning, or give us a call on 01524 581 306 for some guidance. 
Solicitors in Lancaster, MG Legal, offer services in the following:- 
When a person passes away, if they have left a Will, their estate will most likely need a Grant of Probate obtaining. Solicitors in Lancaster, MG Legal, can help the executors of the Will (the people name in the Will as being ‘in charge’ of the deceased’s estate) to apply and obtain a Grant of Probate
MG Legal, your property solicitors Lancaster, with offices throughout Lancashire, have found that the average age for a person buying their first property is between 25 and 34. Is it coincidence then, that the most recent government report into Intergenerational transfers have found that this is also the most popular age for people to receive gifts or a loan from a family member? Obviously, there are those of us who still need to obtain a mortgage, and your conveyancing solicitors Preston, MG Legal, still deal with many of the high-street lenders on a daily basis. 
Many parents of minors who suffer from a lack of mental capacity often forget that the automatic rights given to them by way of Parental Rights protections, including all financial and medical decisions, are diminished somewhat when their child reaches adulthood, often leading to a minefield of confusion, worry, and lack of knowing where to turn. 
When someone contacts us after their loved one has passed away, the first question we are normally asked is ‘What is Probate?’. It’s a term that is thrown around by all manners of people – Lancaster Solicitors, Funeral directors, Banks, Mortgage Companies – the list goes on and on. But, what is Probate and why do you need it? 
 
MG Legal’s Lancaster Solicitors are specialists in Probate matters, and have put together some answers to the top questions they are asked. 
When the words Lasting Powers of Attorney are mentioned, it can be confusing. Once a thing associated with being elderly and unable to make your own decisions due to being in a care home, now-a-days more and more people are trying to get their affairs in order to make it easier for their loved ones should they no longer be able to make their own decisions. 
 
Whilst it can seem daunting to consider the 'what-if' questions, at MG Legal our expert team have over 20 years' experience in drafting Wills and Lasting Power of Attorneys and have answered the five 'W' questions to help you get the ball rolling with your LPAs.  
 
BUT our expert team doesn't stop there! If you have any more questions, or want to get started with your LPAs, contact our expert Solicitors in Lancaster today on 01524 581 306 or email enquiries@mglegal.co.uk to enquire about your free initial consultation.  
The process of drafting a Will can be a daunting process: there can be so many unanswered questions. At MG Legal our expert team are on-hand to provide you with the advice that you need before you 'sign on the dotted line'.  
 
With over 30 years' combined experience, our Wills department can advise you on the implications of your Will and can make sure that you're covered for a breadth of scenarios. To help you along the way, we have asked our expert team to answer some of the most commonly asked questions. Read your local solicitors for Wills' advice below. 

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