From our Wills, Trusts & Probate Team
Make a Will!
It goes without saying that we all need to make a Will as we are all going to go at some point … make 2020 the year that you get your affairs in order and a Will put in place! A lot of people put off making a Will as they think it is too comp
With the new year comes lots of new exciting prospects and opportunities. The area is booming, everyone is upbeat and positive and there are lots of projects that are improving the Tees Valley as a place to live and work.
However, there are lots of challenges facing businesses as well.
A new year (a new decade!), a time for fresh starts and good intentions. When people talk about new year’s resolutions it is usually about being more active, finding another job, managing their finances better etc.
We are now hours away from closing our doors for the Christmas break but before we do so I would just like to say on behalf of all the partners and staff of Jacksons Law Firm, have a very happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
Christmas. A time when we are told kids are jingle belling and everyone telling you to be of good cheer. However, for many years the courts have been flooded with applications from separated parents who cannot agree how to divide the holiday period between mum and dad.
Last week we launched our first Podcast Series, The 4 Ps; Planning, Property, People and Problems. Declan Williams from The Social Gene helped us create and develop the Podcast. This is what he has to say about the journey from concept, through to launch, and working with our team.
Have you ever considered making a Will but never actually went through with it? Maybe you have considered making a Will but felt you didn’t really need one because your circumstances are straightforward.
In the last couple of weeks I have attended both the Agricultural Law Association (ALA) Autumn Conference and the NFU Tenant Farmers’ Conference. What was striking were the number of references to the environment at both events.
My first day at Jacksons was 1 October 2019. Before that I was an in-house solicitor for a large transport firm, working in the litigation department. Now I am in private practice in the corporate and commercial department.
Last week I had the pleasure of attending the Tees Businesswomen Awards.
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