Turbervilles Private Client Newsletter - Winter 2011


Welcome to our Winter Newsletter.

In this edition, we report on why people are starting to record their internet and computer passwords in their wills.

A woman injured while having her hair coloured in a salon is awarded £21,250 damages, and we look at why it’s important to check all the legal angles when buying a property.

A salesman whose firm provided poor service to his customers has won a claim of constructive dismissal, and a mother has won her legal fight to keep her children with her in England.

We look at how Lasting Powers of Attorney can help protect your future, and at how cohabiting couples can arrange ‘marriage-like’ legal protection.

Many young people are joining forces with friends to buy their first home, and we look at what kind of houses have risen in value the most over the last 10 years.

A homeowner must pay damages after cutting down a neighbour’s trees, and a woman has successfully challenged her father’s will.

We hope you find these articles interesting. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like more information about the issues they raise, or any other legal issue affecting you or your family.

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