Since our newsletter in January who would have thought the world could have changed so quickly. On 23 March we were told to stay indoors unless it was essential to leave. For many of our clients they started self-isolating as a precaution before that date. It is only now that the first signs of the ‘new normality’ are starting to be unveiled. But this newsletter will be a positive one in this terrible time of sadness.
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What an end to 2019 – since our last newsletter we have had the first UK general election to occur in December since 1923, celebrated the magic of Christmas and welcomed in a new decade. We would like to take this opportunity to wish clients past and present a happy and healthy 2020. The saga at the end of 2019 continues with there still being seemingly endless delays at the Probate Registry and HMRC. Due to this we have not been able to progress matters for our probate clients as quickly as we
By the time this newsletter reaches you our lovely quiet summer commute into the office will be over as the schools reconvene for another school year. However, what we have seen over the summer is an upsurge in ‘children’ power, in particular protesting about plastics, something which we have been most impressed with and you can read about further in this issue. The last 6 months have been busy and very frustrating for us and our clients. Protracted delays at the Probate Registry and HMRC continue, despite assurances that things will improve