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  • Rip-Off Leaseholds: The Problem of Onerous Ground Rents

    12 September 2017

    Esther Millard, Sara Abou-Jaoude and Lauren Brown from Barlow Robbins solicitors, discuss the proposals contained in the Government’s consultation paper, “Tackling Unfair Practices in the Leasehold Market”. Sara is a residential property solicitor, Lauren deals with property disputes and Esther specialises in professional negligence claims against solicitors. …

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  • Individuals and Families Brochure

    18 April 2017

    This brochure is for anyone who requires clear advice on a legal issue that is affecting them or their family.…

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  • Barlow Robbins International Brochure

    13 April 2017

    Barlow Robbins is dedicated to meeting the business and personal needs of our clients where there are international dimensions.…

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  • Will Disputes: Prevention is better than cure

    17 August 2016

    Will and inheritance disputes have soared year on year over the last decade and for the families involved these disputes can be time consuming, divisive and inevitably expensive.…

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  • Boundary Disputes: A recommended approach

    17 August 2016

    Boundary disputes happen more often than is desirable. They must be treated with caution as grievances tend to linger and fester and neighbours obviously have to co-exist for as long as they live in the adjoining properties. …

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  • Creative people and their estates

    10 May 2016

    A deceased creative may have left a very valuable literary or artistic estate containing all the intellectual property rights to their work, as well as such physical property as manuscripts, artworks and memorabilia which relate to them and to their output. …

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  • Burns v Burns – Testamentary Capacity

    06 April 2016

    In the recent case of Burns v Burns (2016) the Court of Appeal upheld a finding that a testator had testamentary capacity notwithstanding a significant decline in her mental health prior to the execution of her will.…

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  • Costs in Contentious Probate

    05 April 2016

    ​In the recent case of Breslin v Bromley involving contentious probate proceedings, a beneficiary was ordered to pay most of the costs of the claimant executor where her challenge to the validity of a will failed.…

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