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Is January the time for your business to change its approach to debt recovery? 17 January 2020

Debt Recovery
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Make Life Planning Your New Year’s Resolution 01 January 2020

January is the ideal time to plan for the rest of the year. There are so many “rainy afternoon” admin jobs we never quite seem to get round to doing. This is the perfect time to work through your list and get organised.

POA, Court of Protection & the Elderly Tax & Trusts Wills, Probate & Estate Administration
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Aldridge Brownlee support Bournemouth charity Hope for Food 19 December 2019

This December staff from Aldridge Brownlee’s offices across Bournemouth have been donating to Hope For Food.

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Aldridge Brownlee support Walking Home for Christmas Appeal 13 December 2019

Would we walk again? That was the question we asked ourselves after a long day working at our Lansdowne Office before completing an 8 mile walk on the evening of 5th December 2019. 

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How can I provide both for my new partner and my children under my Will? Part 1. Life Interest Trust 06 December 2019

People often put off making a Will because they think that their situation is too complex and it will be difficult or expensive to make a Will reflecting their wishes.

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What different ways can two (or more) people buy property together? 22 November 2019

Purchasing a house, flat or land with your partner, friend or a family member is a huge commitment. It is important to take practical advice from your lawyer in order to make the right decision on how co-owners wish to own their property.

Residential Property Wills, Probate & Estate Administration
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Aldridge Brownlee Celebrates 90th Anniversary 15 November 2019

In September 2019, Aldridge Brownlee Solicitors LLP celebrated its 90th anniversary at the Italian Villa, Compton Acres. A selection of photos from the event follow...

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Do you need a solicitor to apply for a Grant of Probate? 04 October 2019

If you have been chosen by someone under their Will to act as their Executor, when they die, you may need to apply for a Grant of Probate. A Grant is a formal document which proves that you are the entitled to deal with the deceased’s assets.

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Do I need a Grant of Probate? 20 September 2019

A Grant of Representation is formal evidence that you are the Personal Representative of the deceased and therefore the correct person to deal with their high value assets.

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Aldridge Brownlee Solicitors LLP celebrates 90 years in business 18 September 2019

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