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A Warm Welcome Awaits At Our Brand New Office.

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Coles Miller have now opened a brand new office on Upton Road near the Fleetsbridge roundabout in Poole. Access is via Upton Road and there is plenty of free visitor parking. The smart, modern and spacious offices are home to our Personal injury, Wills and Probate, Medical Negligence and Debt Recovery Departments. Our main office at 44/46 Parkstone Road office remains open.

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Pedal power, punctures and perseverance!

Coles Miller were thrilled to sponsor the Macmillan Dorset Bike Ride again this year. This community event covers a large part of Dorset from Blandford to Bulbarrow, Mappowder to Morden. Huge congratulations to all who took part with a special mention to solicitors Laura Hall, Neil Andrews and Charlotte Lilley. Great resilience was shown in some challenging conditions. Everyone involved showed tremendous spirit, raising vital funds for a fantastic cause.



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When Should I Make Or Review A Will?

A will is the only way to make sure your money, property, possessions and investments (known as your estate) go to the people and causes you care about. There are certain times in life when the important job of making a will becomes even more vital. If you've already made a will it is worth reviewing it every few years just to make sure that it still matches your family circumstances and that your wishes remain the same.

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Law Updates

Employment - Furlough Winds Down

  • In August and September, the government will pay 60% and employers will pay 20%
  • For information on Furlough for employers and employees click here

Furlough Q&A

  • For support for friends and family struggling with Furlough click here

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Property - Stamp Duty Holiday

  • Stamp duty is a tax paid on property purchases.
  • From 1 July the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) nil-rate band on properties is £250,000.
  • From 1 October 2021, the nil-rate band is set to return to its normal level of £125,000.

Stamp Duty Calculator

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