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The courts launched the online probate application service in 2018 and it has recently been rolled out to the general public and executors seeking to “DIY” probate. According to the courts service the probate process is now “simpler and easier” as people can now apply for probate from the comfort of their own home. But…

  A recent Which? Legal survey [23 June 2018] has revealed that most people in England are at risk of not having their final wishes respected because they don’t have a will. The consumer organisation’s research shows the only 47% of people in the South West have a will in place. “That comes as no…

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…

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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