The Prime Minister’s prorogation of parliament has been declared unlawful by the Supreme Court.
The difference between executors and attorneys is often misunderstood; the roles are similar in some ways but very different.
Update on probate fee price increase
Death certificate price increase!
Probate Fees increase
Tonight we are all going for a meal to celebrate that Charles has been the senior partner of the firm for ten years.
Lasting powers of attorney - are you due a refund?
The conveyancing process for sellers
Cyber crime and fraud: how you can help us to mitigate it.
Japanese Knotweed – What is the problem?
We are sad to say that Mr William Herbert Masefield, better known as “Mr Bill” and to most as Bill, passed away on 1st May 2018.
Have you done an asset search?
First Time Buyer Relief
How to remove an executor
Lasting powers of attorney: health and care decisions
Remember Will Aid?
Have you seen the article in today's Ledbury Reporter?
Christmas has arrived at Masefields! ⭐️
We are very pleased to confirm that our associate member, Linda Beddoes is now a member of Resolution.
Many congratulations to our Rex Robins who qualifies as a solicitor today.
We were thrilled to receive our Will Aid materials today. Our participation in the scheme will be publicised on Will Aid's website from 4th September 2017
We are very excited to announce that we have registered to take part in Will Aid this year.
We are delighted to announce that our Emma Davies has been accepted as a full member of the Society for Trust and Estate Practitioners
We have put together a step by step general guide to the conveyancing process for buyers, which we hope you will find helpful:
If you have taken the all-important step to book a will consultation with your solicitor, there are a few things you need to think about to get the most out of your meeting.
When do you need to consider making a will?
Please note that the £5 note, featuring Elizabeth Fry on the reverse, will be withdrawn from circulation on 5th May 2017
As we are waving the last working day of April goodbye, we would like to extend our gratitude to our clients for their patience whilst we have spent a lot of time prioritising probate application cases this month
Further to our post on 17th March 2017, it has been announced this morning that the proposed changes to the probate fees have been scrapped due to the upcoming general election.
Inheritance Tax: residence nil rate band (RNRB)