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James MacDougald considers the recent decision of Payne v Payne [2018]

6th Jun 2018

James MacDougald considers the recent decision by the Court of Appeal in Payne v Payne [2018] EWCA Civ 985, which reviewed the formal requirements for attestation of wills and the evidential rules in probate claims. To read the published article click here: https://www.lawskills.co.uk/articles/2018/06/what-forms-of-attestation-are-accepted-in-court/        

2nd London Trusts Conference deemed “An excellent conference”

27th Jun 2017

The 2nd London Trusts Conference organised by Ten Old Square took place on 22nd June 2017 at the Hilton London Tower Bridge. Attended by highly ranked lawyers and thought leaders in the field of trusts, with the keynote address by Professor Charles Mitchell of UCL, the event has once again received great feedback including: “An […]

COP Complimentary Breakfast Briefings 2017

9th Jan 2017

Commencing in the Supreme Court in February 2017 and concluding in April 2017, Ten Old Square members will be delivering a series of three thought provoking breakfast briefings on the following topics: Deputy & Attorney Liability Statutory Wills Lifetime Planning    

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