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If you are not there - choosing and appointing guardians

By Shelley Faulkner and Anne Thistlethwaite, specialist Probate and Family Lawyers with AMD Solicitors.
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The Forgotten Tax

By Florence Pearce, Specialist Wills, Trusts and Probate Solicitor with AMD Solicitors. 
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The Green Deal

Richard Harris, Property Law Specialist with AMD Solicitors, looks at issues that can arise on sale or purchase when a home-owner has paid for energy saving improvements to their property under The Green Deal.
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Checklist: Business Rates Exemptions for Empty Non-Domestic Property

This checklist sets out the exemptions from business rates for non-domestic properties.
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Deputyship - Assuming Responsibility for Others

Andrew Jack, Probate and Wills Specialist with AMD Solicitors answers a frequently asked question.
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Have you checked the small print?

For most new businesses it is essential to commence trading at the earliest opportunity. In the euphoria generated by seeing a business idea turn itself into a stream of customers or clients, it is easy to lose sight of the importance of putting commercial safeguards in place before you start trading.
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Divorce - How To Reduce The Cost

A divorce may often, if not always, be a tragedy, particularly for any children who may be involved. When there is no alternative however can the cost, both emotional and financial, be reduced by how the husband and wife and their advisors, deal with the issues in dispute?
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Fielder Club - Frequently asked Questions and Answers

Andrew Jack of AMD Solicitors gave a talk to around 40 members of a Westbury-on-Trym community organisation on 2 April 2012 about the various options available to them on planning for their later years.
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Latest news on jointly owned property for co-habitees

Anne Thistlethwaite, specialist Family Lawyer at AMD Solicitors considers the implications of a recent court decision.