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    ‘A heterosexual couple have won their legal bid for the right to have a civil partnership instead of a marriage.’ The Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favour of Rebecca Steinfeld, 37, and Charles Keidan, 41, from London. The court said the Civil Partnership Act 2004 – which only applies to same-sex couples – is incompatible…

Every parent wants to make sure that their children – whatever their age – are taken care of after their death. This is vitally important in the case of children with a disability who may need additional support. Assistant solicitor Kearney Coffin, who works in the Wills and Probate department of Curtis Whiteford Crocker, says parents may…

  Following the Golden Rule to avoid problems with wills Drawing up a will is a complex business and newspaper headlines are constantly reminding us of how things can go wrong – it can be both emotionally draining and financially damaging to seek redress after someone has died. It’s important to avoid potential claims on…

    The Tavistock Business Show Returns It’s back, and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever! The Tavistock Business Show returns to Tavistock Town Hall on Thursday 24 May and our very own Tony Pearce is kicking off the day’s Lawyer speaking events with a fantastic talk on Wills –  ‘Why can your…

  PLYMOUTH SOLICITOR WELCOMES DECISION TO WAIVE FUNERAL FEES FOR CHILDREN The Government has unveiled plans for a Children’s Funeral Fund which means that parents will no longer have to pay burial or cremation fees for a child under 18. The decision, announced by Prime Minister Theresa May, follows a long campaign by MP Carolyn…

HIGH STREET CLOSURES AFFECT US ALL, WARNS INSOLVENCY EXPERT The face of the High Street is changing, following the collapse of famous names like Toys R Us and Maplins and the threats to chains such as New Look, which has entered into a company voluntary agreement in the wake of huge losses. Research by analysts…

Plymouth firm Curtis Whiteford Crocker Solicitors has been given a Lexcel award – the Law Society’s own quality mark for excellence in legal practice management and client care. Only 10% of the country’s law firms have obtained Lexcel status which is subject to a rigorous annual inspection. Curtis Whiteford Crocker employs 49 staff at three…

Press Release: A Friendly Approach to Dementia Minimises Distress A diagnosis of dementia can be distressing for any family, but failing to plan for that possibility will only add to the strain warns Kearney Coffin, a trainee solicitor working in the Wills and Probate Department of Curtis Whiteford Crocker solicitors in Plymouth. “People are very…

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