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29th June 2015
Ann Farnill, Head of the Wills, Trust and Probate Department at Tallents Solicitors is gravely concerned that people who genuinely want to secure their family’s future are being pressurised and scammed by self-titled ‘legal experts’. Says Ann: “Nottingham Crown Court recently prosecuted a Newark man for fraud, for his role as a ‘legal’ consultant. This man was part of a… Read more

Estate planning – preparing for what the future may hold

19th June 2015
With the general election finally behind us now is the time to focus on your long term goal to secure your family’s future and to speak with your solicitor about estate planning. “Whatever lies ahead, having a valid up to date Will is the only way of ensuring your estate is distributed as you intend. It will offer you peace… Read more

Law Society accredits Tallents Solicitors to Will and Inheritance Quality Scheme

8th March 2014
Tallents Solicitors is delighted to be one of the first UK law firms to be accredited to the Law Society’s new Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS). The scheme provides a best practice quality mark for wills and estate administration advice that consumers know they can trust absolutely. Only solicitors and firms that are regulated by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority… Read more

What to do when someone dies – A guide to probate

3rd September 2013
When a loved one dies, someone has to sort out his or her property, possessions, money and debts. At this difficult time, an experienced probate specialist can help (more…) Read more

Lords of the Manor – protecting valuable manorial rights

26th March 2013
By 13th October 2013, all landowners who have manorial rights must have registered them with the Land Registry if they wish them to continue as legally binding rights, or lose them entirely. (more…) Read more