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Coronavirus: Parents being asked by adult children if they can have a Will – Our advice to clients

It’s something that parents will likely shudder at; however, adult children have been asking their mothers and fathers about creating…

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Coronavirus lockdown: what happens if I want a divorce? | Watermans

The impact of coronavirus on divorce rates The coronavirus lockdown is testing couples and families in a way that may…

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Coronavirus lockdown: can I still make a will? | Watermans

The importance of making a will and getting your affairs in order during the coronavirus pandemic  The demand for wills has soared in the…

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Moving house during coronavirus | Watermans Legal

Can I still move or sell my home during COVID-19? The Government has encouraged people, where possible, to delay moving…

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Co-parenting during the lockdown – what you need to know from Watermans

Shared contact between separated parents during COVID-19 quarantine   The uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic can be stressful enough without separated parents getting into…

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International Women’s Day (IWD) – Meet Family Law solicitor Sarah Hay

Today (March 8) is International Woman’s Day, (IWD) a focal point in the movement towards women’s rights. This year’s theme…

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First Home Fund for First Time Buyers in Scotland – Watermans

First Home Fund – what is it? In May 2019, Nicola Sturgeon announced the First Home Fund; a £150m shared…

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The importance of a Will to avoid the possibility of an unclaimed estate

Watermans Legal is highlighting the importance of having a Will prepared after it was revealed there are almost 250 unclaimed…

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Property predictions and advice for 2020

As brand new figures revealed that properties in Edinburgh, the Lothians and Fife sold faster than ever before in the…

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Five things to ask your lawyer during divorce day

The first working Monday after the festive period has been famously dubbed ‘Divorce Day,’ thanks to the soaring number of…

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Coping with shared contact at Christmas – who gets the children?

In a panic over where your children will spend Christmas? That’s why it’s important to seek advice on your rights…

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Why Christmas is the best time to buy and sell a home

People often believe that December is a quiet time of year to start marketing their homes for sale and in…

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