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Straightforward legal services, at a cost that’s right for you.

Aticus Law was formed in 2013 to provide a new approach to the provision of Legal Services to our clients on a national basis.

We provide our clients with sophisticated advice based upon unrivalled experience, but yet conveyed over to our clients in a simple manner so they can make the right informed choices.

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If you’re not married or in a civil partnership, then your partner won’t automatically receive a share of your estate after your death. If you want them to inherit, then you must make a Will naming them as a beneficiary. If you have sat down and discussed what you want to happen and have recorded […]

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Trustees can be appointed under the terms of a Will. These Trustees may be the same people as the Executors, or they can be different people entirely. Their role is to manage a Trust on behalf of the beneficiaries, until the Trust is brought to an end. Executors and Trustees   When you make a […]

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Separated Parents: Deciding Where Your Child Goes To School

If you and the other parent can’t agree on your child’s schooling, you’re encouraged to attend mediation. If this doesn’t work, then your final resort is to apply to court for a Specific Issue Order. The court will then decide what is in your child’s best interests. Deciding where your child goes to school If […]

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Help For Ex Weir & McQuiston Employees

We’re helping ex Weir & McQuiston employees who have been affected by the collapse of the company. It was announced on Monday 15th November 2021 that Weir & McQuiston had ceased trading with immediate effect, leaving 93 employees without a job. If you’re facing redundancy from Weir & McQuiston, we may be able to help you. When an […]

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At What Age Can My Child Choose Who To Live With?

Children can legally decide who to live with when they are 16 years old. This may be extended to 17 or 18 years old, if there’s a Child Arrangements Order in place. Deciding where a child lives after separation When a relationship breaks down, you’ll have to decide who is the ‘resident’ parent and who […]

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Does My Will Become Invalid If I Get Married?

Marriage invalidates a Will, unless it was written in contemplation of the union. This means that if you’re getting married – or you’ve recently said “I do” – you need to make a new Will. Otherwise, your estate will be distributed according to the rules of intestacy after your death. Why does marriage revoke a […]

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Can I See My Children At Christmas?

Family Law Solicitor, Claudia Price, addresses the difficulties that separated parents face at Christmas and offers guidance on reaching an agreement. Christmas is supposed to be an exciting time for families, but sometimes, it’s quite the opposite. Many separated parents face the annual struggle of attempting to agree the arrangements for the children over the […]

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What Can I Do If The Executor Is Not Doing A Good Job?

If you want to remove an Executor, you need to make an application to the court. You’ll need to provide evidence that the Executor’s behaviour is detrimental to the beneficiaries. Have you fallen out with an Executor?  There are times when the beneficiaries of a Will want to remove an Executor during the probate and […]

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What Can I Do If The Executor Is Not Doing A Good Job?

Help For Ex The Energy Checking Company Ltd Employees

We’re helping ex The Energy Checking Company Ltd employees who have been affected by the collapse of the company. On 4 November 2021, The Energy Checking Company Ltd appointed administrators. If you’re facing redundancy from The Energy Checking Company Ltd, we may be able to help you. When an employer proposes to make more than 20 employees redundant at […]

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Help For Ex Architectural Fabrications Ltd Employees

We’re helping ex Architectural Fabrications Ltd employees who have been affected by the collapse of the company. On 4 November 2021, Architectural Fabrications Ltd appointed administrators. If you’re facing redundancy from Architectural Fabrications Ltd, we may be able to help you. When an employer proposes to make more than 20 employees redundant at one location, they have a legal obligation to consult with […]

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