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Spring 2023 newsletter

In this issue:

  • Legal considerations after being diagnosed with a life-limiting illness;
  • Increasing rent and tenancy disputes;
  • Advice on investing during turbulent times; and
  • Meet our two new solicitors.

Click here to read our Spring 2023 newsletter.

Spring 2022 newsletter

In this issue:

  • Leaving a charitable legacy
  • Improving our accessibility
  • The hidden costs of leasehold property
  • Regaining possession of a buy-to-let property

Click here to read our Spring 2022 newsletter.

Spring 2021 newsletter

In this issue:

  • Improving our accessibility
  • Welcoming our new head of conveyancing Rachel Silvester
  • Applying to become a deputy when power of attorney is no longer an option
  • Buying a home with friends or family
  • Moving a with-profits pension – is it safe?

Click here to read our Spring 2021 newsletter.

Autumn 2020 newsletter

In this issue:

  • A careful return to Price Street
  • Why use a legal expert for probate and estate administration?
  • Putting your house on the market during the pandemic
  • Welcoming Joanna Convey to the business law team

Click here to read our Autumn 2020 newsletter.

Winter 2019 newsletter

In this issue:

  • Welcoming Jacqueline Morris to the commercial property team
  • Putting client satisfaction first
  • Making a will when you retire
  • Five considerations when buying a leasehold property
  • Funding your retirement

Click here to read our Winter 2019 newsletter.

Spring 2019 newsletter

In this issue:

  • Meet our new commercial property lawyer
  • Valuing an estate for probate
  • Maximise your pension allowances ‘while stocks last’
  • Help to Buy – beware of some cracks in the structure

Click here to read our Spring 2019 newsletter.

Guide to being an executor and obtaining probate 

Being an executor of someone’s estate can be particularly challenging, especially if the person who has died is a family member or loved one. Administering an estate is a difficult job and involves many tasks including settling inheritance and dealing with potential challenges to the will.

Click here to get a copy of our guide to the administration process when someone dies.

Autumn 2018 newsletter

In this issue:

  • Meet two new members of the team
  • Putting your legal affairs in order
  • A penny saved is a penny earned
  • Request your free client guide
  • Considerations when buying a heritage property

Click here to read our Autumn 2018 newsletter.

Guide to safeguarding your inheritance

Looking to make a will? Unsure of your options? Myers & Co solicitors in Staffordshire have created a fantastic new guide that takes you through some of the potential issues you might face when creating a will, how best to protect your inheritance, and how to make sure your property and personal possessions go to the right places.

Click here to get a copy of our guide to safeguarding your inheritance.

Guide to the conveyancing process

The Myers & Co Solicitors guide to the conveyancing process answers all the questions you may have.  The guide covers two stages:
Prior to exchanging contracts; and exchange of contracts.

Click here to get a copy of our guide to buying or selling your home.

Guide to creating a lasting power of attorney

Worried about losing mental capacity? Appointing a lasting power of attorney will guarantee your family peace of mind in the event you are no longer able to make decisions for yourself.

Our brand-new guide answers some frequently asked questions and guides you through the process as well as common issues with making a lasting power of attorney.

Click here to get a copy of our guide to making a lasting power of attorney.

Spring 2018 newsletter

In this issue:

  • Springing into action for 2018
  • What type of will do I need?
  • Planning your retirement?
  • Pension pot options explained…
  • Good news for first time buyers…

Click here to read our Spring 2018 newsletter.

Autumn 2017 newsletter

In this issue:

  • New inheritance tax rules explained
  • Inheritance disputes and how to avoid them
  • Where is your will stored?
  • Investment portfolio management
  • Don’t let the risk of flooding affect your house purchase

Click here to read our Autumn 2017 newsletter.

Spring 2017 newsletter

In this issue:

  • A warm welcome to Andrew Willott
  • Stepchildren and considerations when making a will
  • Is your will enough? Why you may need a letter of wishes
  • What to do when someone dies
  • Five things to consider when buying a new build home.

Click here to read our Spring 2017 newsletter.

Autumn 2016 newsletter

In this issue:

  • Introducing Sarah Everton and Hannah Kennedy
  • How to avoid problems with probate
  • Inheritance disputes on the rise
  • Have you been accused of misconduct?
  • Six ways to speed up your house purchase

Click here to read our Autumn 2016 newsletter.

Spring 2016 newsletter

In this issue:

  • Myers & Co celebrate their 10th anniversary in style
  • Is it time your will had a health check?
  • How to protect your children’s inheritance.
  • Elderly relative going into care?
  • Challenging a will.
  • Buying a home: joint tenants or tenants in common?

Click here to receive a copy of Myers & Co Solicitors Spring 2016 newsletter.

Autumn 2015 newsletter

In this issue:

  • Myers launch state of the art website
  • Good news for married couples – inheritance tax to go up to £1million
  • More flexibility with your pension pot – should you spend or save?
  • Estranged daughter wins share of mother’s estate
  • New EU regulations on inheriting property abroad

Click here to read our Autumn 2015 newsletter.

Spring 2015 newsletter

In this issue:

  • Edward Adams joins Myers & Co
  • New intestacy rules explained
  • Do not delay making a lasting power of attorney
  • Are your website terms and conditions up to scratch?
  • Keeping up to date on October 2014 employment law changes
  • Your guide to conveyancing searches

Click here to read our Spring 2015 newsletter.

Autumn 2014 newsletter

In this issue:

  • East Cheshire Business Award success
  • Welcome Aaron Barker and Amanda Eptlett
  • Is giving away your home to avoid care fees a good idea?
  • Planning for your century
  • Probate fraud is on the rise
  • Making a formal complaint at work
  • Property development – back to basics

Click here to read our Autumn 2014 newsletter.

Intestacy rules

Who will inherit your assets if you die without making a will?

If you pass away without making a will then the state will decide what happens to your assets.

Use the flowchart to see who will inherit from you.

Click here to see the intestacy chart in detail.


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