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Claphams Solicitors' Blog & News

The latest legal updates and announcements from Claphams Solicitors.

Cutting someone out of your will

Writing a will is not always just about who you want to leave your estate to, but also who you wish to cut out. Being clear in your will about who is entitled to what assets will reduce the chances that your wishes will be disputed.

Millions of parents transfer assets to children in bid to reduce inheritance tax

New statistics have revealed that 20% of parents in the UK have gifted assets to their children to mitigate inheritance tax.

Claphams Consultant Celebrates 60th Birthday

David Clapham, founder of David C Clapham and Consultant at Claphams solicitors celebrated his 60th birthday last week. To honour the milestone the team at Claphams prepared a special presentation celebrating David's life and contribution to the practice over the years.

House prices rising at fastest rate in a year

According to data from Halifax, house price inflation has risen to the highest rate in almost a year.

Claphams Contribute to "An Introduction to Basic Scottish Conveyancing"

We are pleased to announce that the fourth edition of “An Introduction to Basic Scottish Conveyancing” is now available for download from the Millar & Bryce website. This publication which was edited and contributed to by Debra Clapham and Lucy Weaver brings together a range of commentaries, both topical and practical, on specific areas of interest to professionals involved in property law and conveyancing in Scotland.

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