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  • Stamp Duty Land Tax in respect of residential properties

    In the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement it was confirmed that as of midnight on the 4th December 2014 the Stamp Duty…

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  • Charitable legacies in wills

    There are not many ways to avoid inheritance tax these days. The tax can be reduced but with more and…

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  • New intestacy rules – less need to make a will?

    On October 1st the rules relating to intestate succession are changing. At present, if a man dies without a will…

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  • Creating a Will – Make It Personal

    When we think of wills, we presume the only thing they can do for us is state where we want…

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  • The First Time Buyer Guide

    If you haven’t ventured into the world of property buying before, it can be a little bit daunting. But, it…

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  • The Whys and Wherefores of Making a Will

    Who should make a will? Everyone! A will is the single most important document you will sign in your lifetime…

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  • Interest Rate Swaps – are they affecting your business?

    Have you taken a business loan out in the last 10-14 years? You could be one of the many who…

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  • Budget 2013: The Chancellor’s proposals to invigorate the UK’s housing market

    Chancellor George Osborne MP used the 2013 budget to set out plans for interest-free loans and guarantees to support £130…

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  • Rubric Lois King Solicitors delight at Will Aid’s birthday success

    Hard working and generous solicitors at Rubric Lois King Solicitors in Edgbaston recently took part in Will Aid 2013 and…

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  • We have moved

    As of 18th June 2012, we have now moved to our new offices at 26 Calthorpe Road Edgbaston Birmingham B15…

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