The risk of online wills

You can do pretty much anything online these days, from finding love on a dating app to doing your weekly grocery shop. However, just because you can do something online, doesn’t necessarily mean that you should! Some tasks require an element of human input and expertise, particularly those that may have legal repercussions, such as […]

What happens if I don’t have a will?

If you haven’t got around to writing a will because you think that all your assets will automatically be left to your nearest and dearest, then you might need to think again. When you die without leaving a will this is referred to as dying ‘intestate’ and this means that the law will determine where […]

How to Settle Financial Disputes in Divorce

One of the hardest things people must negotiate through a divorce is the dividing of the assets and finances. Especially if the divorce isn’t amicable, financial disputes can cause you and your family unnecessary stress and turmoil. At Hill and Company, we are experts in dealing with financial settlements, so that you and your family […]

When to Start Talking About a Will

A question that is often asked is ‘when is the best time to write a will?’ It is one of those tasks that people think about, but keep putting off, telling themselves that they will eventually get around to writing one. If you don’t make a will then this can have a significant impact on […]

5 Ways We Can Help Elderly Clients

Here at Hill and Company, we have specialised in helping and supporting families to make decisions for elderly people and vulnerable individuals for over 170 years. But what exactly can we help you with, apart from Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Probate? Here are 5 ways we can help you today. Deputyships A deputyship […]

5 things to consider before getting a will

It is very important to have a will in place to ensure that your property and possessions are divided in the way that you want them to when you die. If you have dependents and want to ensure they receive the money and possessions that you have intended for them, making a will with a […]

FAQs About Divorce

Going through a divorce can be a very stressful time and if you are uncertain whether it is the right solution, it can also be very confusing. If you are considering divorce but want to know more about what the process actually involves then these FAQs should provide you with most of the answers you […]

5 Reasons Why You Need a Will

A will is a legal document that contains your instructions as to what should happen to your possessions, money and property (otherwise known as your estate), after you die. It is important to create a will because if you do not, the law will determine what happens to your estate. But why else is it […]

5 Things You Should Know About Lasting Powers of Attorney

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document with which you can nominate somebody to look after your finances and welfare should you ever lose mental capacity following an accident or as a result of a debilitating illness such as dementia. Here are 5 things that you should know about Lasting Powers of […]

Fixed Fee Divorces

What is a Fixed Fee Divorce? A Fixed Fee Divorce is an easier and quicker way of getting divorced. It only covers uncontested divorces when a partner does not dispute the divorce so is perfect for couples who are already separated and agree on a divorce. The fee doesn’t include the negotiation of financial or […]

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