Getting your Shareholders Agreement Right!
Disputes between shareholders can be very disruptive as has been demonstrated recently in the well-publicised Superdry example. In an effort to reinvigorate the company after poor sales figures and a subsequent dive in share value, Mr Dunkerton, a co-founder of the Superdry brand and shareholder of the company, asked shareholders to appoint him to the […]
Changes to Probate Fees
The planned changes in the ironically named Non-Contentious Probate (Fees) Order have created a fair amount of contention since it was announced that the cost of administering a loved one’s estate could increase by up to 3,771%. The current cost of a Grant of Probate for an estate valued at over £5,000 is a flat […]
Getting Prepared, Just in Case…
This week is Dementia Action Week. With people living longer than ever before, many more people are being diagnosed with dementia than in previous years. With this in mind, it is important to be prepared for the future. Leaving things to chance can result in difficulties for family members and loved ones at an already tricky time, […]