A Welsh rectification

Vaughan-Jones and Another v Vaughan-Jones and Another [2015] EWHC 1086 (Ch)

In order to leave a valid will, you need to have mental capacity at the time you sign the will, right? Wrong. The recent, sad case of Burns v Burns [2016] EWCA Civ 37 once

The unedifying case of Watts v Watts [2015] EWCA Civ 1297 finally came to a close with a Judgment of the Court of Appeal on 21st December 2015. Some readers will recall the first instance

In contentious probate claims, as in foreign affairs, ending the war can be easier than concluding the peace. Take a fairly standard dispute, where Party A wishes to admit a will to probate while Party