At Robertsons, we are proud to have achieved the Lexcel Standard for excellence for 10 years. Find out what this means for our clients.
One of the first things we are asked as solicitors is 'how much do you charge?' Nobody wants to pay exorbitant fees and so here are our thoughts on how you can keep costs to a minimum whilst ensuring that you receive the very best legal advice.
Most days we have to use a password to access one thing or another such as banks, social media, emails. But do our loved ones know how to access our accounts in case of our death?
We have recently evolved our brand to better reflect how we support our clients in the 21st Century! Find out more.
It can be- but it doesn't have to be. With a few simple tips, we'd like to help ease you into a new chapter of your life. Take a look at our blog to find out the four easy steps you can take.
When it comes to the finances on divorce then many people think that 'the wife gets everything'. However, where do you start when it comes to thinking about how to divide the finances? This article attempts to explain what needs to be considered.
The Autism Directory, a local Welsh charity, has persuaded one of our team to do a sponsored skydive for their charity.
Our probate team often writes wills for couples simultaneously. These are called Mirror Wills and specify that in the event of death, each partner agrees to leave everything to the remaining partner, or to children if both die.
Mirror wills offer great benefits – they are uncomplicated and therefore can be less emotionally draining, thus removing a key reason for many couples’ delay in preparing a will. So what do you need to know?
Contract Law is not that straightforward, and this article explains that contracts can be made when you least expect it. Find out what steps you can take to avoid finding yourself in a contract you didn't want.
The average age at divorce for both men and women has increased every year between 1985 and 2014, rising by over 8 years. But what do these 'empty nesters' need to take in consideration that younger divorcees might not?