Personal Disputes - Blog Archives - Coodes Solicitors
Using a caveat to stop a grant of probate in a contested inheritance case

Contesting a Will: what is undue influence?

Posted on December 01, 2021, by Hayley Gaffney

Hayley Gaffney of Coodes Solicitors’ Personal Disputes team says you must act fast if you want to contest a Will…

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The five most common grounds for contesting a Will

Posted on November 16, 2021, by Hayley Gaffney

Hayley Gaffney of Coodes Solicitors’ Personal Disputes team explains the most common grounds for contesting a Will. Disputes relating to the…

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Contested inheritance case highlights the importance of mediation

Posted on October 18, 2021, by Hayley Gaffney

Hayley Gaffney of Coodes Solicitors’ Personal Disputes team comments on the outcome of an Inheritance Act court case which could have…

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Possession notice periods return to pre-Covid rules

Posted on September 29, 2021, by Megan Trethowan

Megan Trethowan, Paralegal in Coodes Solicitors’ Personal Disputes team, outlines what landlords and tenants need to know about changes to…

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Calendar representing executor's year

What is the executor’s year and what does it mean for a contested probate case?

Posted on August 16, 2021, by Jodie Walmsley

Jodie Walmsley, Litigation Executive in Coodes Solicitors’ Personal Disputes team, explains how the executor’s year can impact on inheritance claims….

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End to evictions ban: what does it mean for landlords?

End to evictions ban: what does it mean for landlords?

Posted on May 19, 2021, by Jenny Carter

The temporary ban on landlords evicting tenants is set to be lifted. Jenny Carter in Coodes Solicitors’ Personal Disputes team…

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Using a caveat to stop a grant of probate in a contested inheritance case

Using a caveat to stop a grant of probate in a contested inheritance case

Posted on April 23, 2021, by Jenny Carter

Jenny Carter in Coodes Solicitors’ Personal Disputes team explains when it is appropriate to use a caveat to stop a…

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New regulations will prevent landlords from pursuing eviction proceedings

New regulations will prevent landlords from pursuing eviction proceedings

Posted on November 19, 2020, by Jenny Carter

The Public Health (Coronavirus) (Protection from Eviction and Taking Control of Goods) (England) Regulations are now in force. Jenny Carter…

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Landlords can now issue possession proceedings

Posted on October 16, 2020, by Jenny Carter

Residential landlords can once again issue possession proceedings to evict tenants and secure possession of their property. Jenny Carter in…

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Making a Will during Covid -19: can a Will be witnessed remotely?

Making a Will during Covid -19: can a Will be witnessed remotely?

Posted on August 20, 2020, by Alan Gates

A change in legislation, in direct response to the Covid-19 pandemic, means that Wills can be witnessed remotely by video…

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