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The latest legal news and announcements from Claphams Solicitors.
Claphams Solicitors is located in Clarkston, Glasgow and specialise in Family Law, Conveyancing, Power of Attorney, Wills & Estates, Road Traffic Accidents, Personal Injury Claims and Civil Litigation. Stay up to date with the latest legal news through this blog. 
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Planning Ahead to Help Your Loved Ones

Dying Matters Week is taking place from 14th – 20th May this year, and to mark the occasion Royal London published new research that highlights the top five tasks people should carry out now to help their loved ones after they pass away.

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UK Needs More Age-Specific Housing

There are now 3.1 million Last Time Buyer households in the UK, who between them own £938bn of UK housing stock, rising to the £1 trillion mark this year, new research has revealed. 

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More People Willing to Leave Charitable Legacies

People are increasingly willingly to leave part of their estate to a charitable cause close to their heart, according to new figures released by Remember A Charity. 

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Many Homeowners Choose to Name their Property

A fun piece of research carried out recently by Royal Mail has revealed that giving a name rather than a number to your home appears to be very much in vogue. 

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New Inheritance Tax Threshold

Inheritance tax planning has not seen many dramatic changes in recent years with the standard nil rate band neither increasing nor decreasing majorly. The nil rate band currently sits at £325,000, which means that this part of the deceased’s estate will be tax-free up to £325,000. However, 2017 saw the introduction of another type of inheritance tax relief which should reduce the tax burden on a deceased’s estate in some cases.

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