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Dementia ‘greatest health challenge of our times’

The charity Alzheimer’s Research UK has warned that dementia is the greatest health challenge of our time.

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Ancestry websites should be ‘forbidden’

Ancestry websites run the risk of violating sperm donors’ privacy because of their DNA tests offering, an expert has claimed.

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Changes to probate charges could hit charities hard

Changes to probate fees could cost four charities more than £1.5 million a year, Third Sector has found.

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Brexit delays proposed increase to grant of probate fees

Brexit has delayed the plans to increase the cost of probate, the implementation of which has been met with widespread approval.

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Change of Heart for the Petty Family

The singer-songwriter Tom Petty died in October 2017 moving onto A Higher Place, following an accidental overdose. A recent news story suggests all is not well in the Petty camp relating to the distribution of his assets.

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Funerals – what is the alternative?

Planning a funeral for a loved one can be quite a daunting prospect. They meant so much to you in life, so you want to make sure that you do them justice by giving them the send-off that they deserve. But, just because the majority of people go for a traditional religious funeral service in a church, that doesn’t mean that you have to do the same.

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Finders International Secure Primary Authority Partnership With Hackney Borough Council

The Ashford Regulatory and Compliance service (ARC) has assisted Finders International in becoming the first company of it's kind to have a Primary Authority Partnership with London's Hackney Borough Council.

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Widow refused to claim against late husband’s estate

This week’s Law Gazette featured a story about a widow who has been refused to claim against the estate of her late husband after filing her application nearly seventeen months too late.

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Couple accused of forgery relating to mother’s will

A couple from Gloucester have been accused of forgery and fraud relating to the woman’s mother’s will, which allegedly had a signature “cut and pasted” from another document on it, according to a story on the BBC website this week.

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