The Complete Guide to Probate

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The Complete Guide to Probate - Morrish Solicitors

Coping with the loss of a loved one is never easy and can feel overwhelming especially if you are responsible for dealing with the legal and financial aspects of their estate. Depending on the circumstances you may need to go through probate, which can be a challenging process at a very difficult time. Our experienced solicitors have written The Complete … Read More

Can I Pass My Digital Assets Through My Will?  

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Can I Pass My Digital Assets Through My Will - Morrish Solicitors

When planning your estate, you need to consider your digital assets just like you would any other assets. There are some digital assets which can be passed through your will and some that cannot. In this article, our experienced Wills & Probate Solicitors explain everything you need to know about passing digital assets through your will.   What are Digital Assets? … Read More

HeartUnions Week 2021❤️

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HeartUnions Week 8th – 14th February 2021 Morrish Solicitors are proud to be supporting the HeartUnions campaign organised by the Trades Union Congress. We have decades of history providing legal services for Unions and their members so we recognise the fantastic work they do, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.   During this week Trade Unions, Associations and their members will be sharing their stories to raise awareness about why Unions are vital for working people and … Read More

Writing a Will During The Coronavirus Pandemic

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During the peak of the Coronavirus outbreak, many people rushed to write a will to ensure their loved ones were cared for should the worst happen. In some cases, those people who rushed to write their wills in the pandemic named executors without consulting them first. An executor is the person responsible for ensuring your affairs are dealt with after … Read More

Have You Got Your Digital Assets in Order?

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Have You Got Your Digital Assets in Order - Morrish Solicitors

Have you got your digital assets in order? Many people don’t include their digital assets when planning their estate, but they should be included the same as other assets. In this article, our specialist Wills and Probate Solicitors explain the importance of having your digital assets in order. Have You Got Your Digital Assets in Order? What are Digital Assets? … Read More

We’re Supporting Forget Me Knot Week

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Leading Leeds based Law Firm, Morrish Solicitors are supporting the nationwide campaign to encourage more people to leave gifts for charities in their Wills. Tom Morrish, Partner in Leeds, commented: “We are delighted to be supporting Remember a Charity’s Forget Me Knot Week.  Leaving a gift to charity in a Will, no matter how small, helps to support the work … Read More