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Lees Make A Difference with Charity Fundraising

Staff from Lees Solicitors took part in 12 fundraising events over 2016, raising over £2,300.

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Brainwave Santa’s Grotto brought to life

Staff from Lees Solicitors helped bring Brainwave’s Sensory Garden to life with these festive decorations that were donated by the firm.

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An urgent warning about Government’s ‘risky’ online legal tool

• Local solicitor, Kerry Jackson issues warning about the Government’s…

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Jackson Canter Group do Double at Excellence Awards

The Group were honoured with two awards at the prestigious Law Society event in London.

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Record figures for Inheritance Disputes

Figures show that more people are challenging wills, leading to inheritance disputes reaching a record high.

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Lees Support Clatterbridge Cancer Charity in Write a Will Month

The firm are proud to take part in a brilliant scheme across November which sees free Wills written for a donation to the charity.

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Lees’ and JC’s Afternoon Tea Delight

Staff held an afternoon tea event in aid of Brainwave and the Jackson Canter Foundation.

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Housing market reports growth after Brexit

Despite recent news that the UK housing market is facing a period of uncertainty following the vote to leave the European Union, there have been reports that the market has been unexpectedly buoyant.

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Santander partner with L&G to offer lifetime mortgages

A home equity release mortgage or ‘lifetime mortgage’ is a mechanism that lets over 55 year olds take advantage of the equity (cash value) tied up in property. This means you can take a mortgage against your home in order to raise funds for beneficiaries or simply maintain a steady income. Usually, it is permitted to borrow up to 60% of the value of your property. The mortgage and Interest of the loan are required to be paid back when you pass away or go into permanent care.

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Study reveals a fifth of couples consider separating

A new study carried out by the Charity ‘Relate’ has revealed that almost one in five couples argue regularly or consider separating.

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