Category Archives: Trusts

Breeze and Wyles shortly to revolutionise Wills and Trust instructions

Breeze and Wyles are continually developing technology to help our clients. Firstly we developed our innovative Breezeplus brand, revolutionising conveyancing and remortgage transactions. Then came our innovative Trust Wizard, available now, that writes your life policies in to trust instantaneously; … Continue reading

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Life policies should be written in trust to benefit client

There are no definitive statistics available, however industry experts and providers believe as few as 6-7% of policies are written in trust. If true these are incredible statistics due to the fact that it is more often than not in … Continue reading

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Need for Quality Legal Services

IFAs generally put their faith in solicitors to provide quality legal advice to their clients. However, many individuals find it difficult to judge the standard of advice they are getting because of the professional aura that surrounds solicitors. Generally the … Continue reading

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Chancellor’s Autumn budget has sting in tail for landlords and expats

Property owners and landlords caught the eye of the Chancellor George Osborne in his Autumn statement, which included a package of measures designed to stimulate the housing market whilst bringing in more taxes from the property sector. The budget was … Continue reading

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Lands End to John O’Groats: Tick

Arrived at last   It is with some pleasure that we can confirm that Murray Fraser, Peter Fitch and Brendan O’Brien returned home after completing the Land’s End to John O’Groats bike ride starting on 7 September and finishing at … Continue reading

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Do Trustees in Bankruptcy really understand ‘Use it or Lose it’

In the recent case of LEWIS AND LEWIS V METROPOLITAN PROPERTY REALISATIONS LTD the Court of Appeal has handed down further guidance to Trustees in respect of the impact of section 283A of the Insolvency Act 1986. Previously a Trustee … Continue reading

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