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When John returned home from living abroad after the passing of his mother, he found himself with questions surrounding the Will she left behind.

In the second case of our series about Contentious Probate situations, Melinda Giles offers her expert advice when it comes to challenging the validity of a will.

You can read John’s story here:
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When leaving a job, legal advice could be required to ensure a smooth and amicable exit. In some cases, the employer may offer to pay the legal fees, but insist on choosing the solicitor – which ultimately takes control away from the employee.

Melinda Giles addressed this very situation when it arose in her latest Q&A for Leigh-on-Sea.com. Read it here:

If you’re currently in a workplace dispute, Employment Law specialist and firm Partner Roy Daby can provide expert advice: http://bit.ly/employment-gw
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When a loved one passes away without leaving behind a Will, it can cause disputes about how to divide the inheritance, particularly in complex family situations.

To offer some guidance in these difficult circumstances, Melinda Giles has provided her expert advice in relation to three Contentious Probate scenarios, which we’ll be posting over the next few weeks.

The first in the series is Jane’s case, which you can read here:
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At Giles Wilson, we pride ourselves on having a working culture that values the wellbeing of our workforce. A happier, healthier team not only benefits those who work here, but it also helps provide a better service for our clients.

Today, we held a session to promote wellbeing and resilience in the workplace to help our employees maintain a healthy work-life balance and perform at their best.
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We’re proud to announce that we’ve been recognised as a Tier 2 law firm in Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate in the Essex area by globally-reaching directory, The Legal 500.

This ranking is determined through rigorous analysis and requires firms to be meticulous in their client care in order to be recognised at the highest tiers.

To learn more about our expert services in this area, follow the link: http://bit.ly/tax-trusts-probate
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We’re very proud to announce that our Criminal Defence Solicitor, George Lewzey, has been appointed as a Judicial Member of the Disability Tribunal in the Social Entitlement Chamber.

This is a highly important role, which George will be performing alongside his work advising clients on all matters involving the police, from interview through to trial.

Well done, George!
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Our clients are at the heart of what we do. Providing them with the best service possible is our number one focus. This makes it all the more fulfilling when we receive great feedback.

Recently, our Solicitor, Kirsty Buxton, received a letter from one of her clients with some wonderful comments, and you can read a snippet below.

If you’re looking for a legal firm that will always put your needs first, then please get in touch: http://bit.ly/contact-gw
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We’re ecstatic to announce that our very own Ryan Dewar has been selected to be one of the faces of The Law Society’s own marketing campaign!

Follow the link and see if you can spot him on the page…
https://www.lawsociety.org.uk/about-us/law-society-membership/
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Court of Protection specialist Kirsty Buxton has been talking to local community carers Doris Jones about how to handle Powers of Attorney and promoting the significant SFE campaign, Choice Not Chance: bit.ly/SFE-Choice-Not-Chance

If you’d like to learn more about Powers of Attorney, visit our website: bit.ly/GW-Power-of-Attorney
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A family feud will soon reach its conclusion in court, as a sister claims her brother pressured their mother, who suffered from dementia, to hand over £26.5m to him, which greatly reduced her inheritance. While this is a case with millions in the balance, this is a more common scenario than you might expect. If you believe a vulnerable loved one is being influenced, or suspect this has altered their Will, seek legal advice: www.gileswilson.co.uk/protecting-the-vulnerable
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