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Chocolate Festival Promotions Running Until Friday

To celebrate the Ramsbottom Chocolate Festival we are now running 3 special promotions.. Free Will Service Vouchers Pick up a voucher from our Ramsbottom office and employ us for any of our legal services to claim a Free Will writing package (only 50 available so hurry along to our office) Raffle In aid of the... read more

Free Legal Advice Clinic at Ramsbottom Festival

On Saturday the 19th March we have decided to open a free legal advice clinic whereby members of the public can come in without an appointment to discuss any legal issues they may be experiencing. As this coincides with Ramsbottom’s annual Chocolate Festival we thought it would be a great opportunity to introduce ourselves to... read more

The Importance of Lasting Powers of Attorney

(Based on a true case we are currently processing)  Mr B, a new client, called into the office to discuss selling his house. A year previously his wife had suffered an epileptic fit, and had lost all mental capacity. She needed specialist permanent nursing care, and the only home able to cope with her condition... read more

Divorce Your Loved Ones With Dignity

Here at Latimer Lee Solicitors Limited Solicitors, we deal with a wide range of cases (from relatively straightforward uncontested divorces to complicated high value financial cases). Rest assured that all clients are dealt with at the same level of professionalism and are treated as individuals. All clients will generally have the same solicitor dealing with... read more

Protect Your Home from Care Fees!

Recent statistics suggest that a large percentage of us will be spending a third of our lives in retirement as a result of the huge increase in life expectancy. Unfortunately, this also means that there is a higher risk that we may need Nursing or Residential Care due to lack of capacity, poor health or... read more

Death Taxes to Soar?

The Government is considering proposals to change the charging structure of obtaining Probate after the death of a relative. Ministers are planning to replace the flat rate fee of £215 with an escalating fee which would rise to £20,000 for an estate of £2m. Even a more modest estate of £300,000 would see the Probate... read more