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litigation solicitor Simon Steele-Williams

Forgery of wills is rare but families should always remain vigilant, warn solicitors at Coles Miller after a recent court case.

The case in Worcester - in which a woman and her ex-husband received suspended prison sentences for forging her dying partner’s will - highlights the importance of being wary.

Richard Perrins - Solicitor, Coles MillerDivorcees facing costly maintenance bills are being urged to get expert legal advice after a new Appeal Court ruling.

Lord Justice Pitchford’s message to a non-working divorced mother to “just get on with it” and get a job opens the door for legal challenges to existing maintenance orders, warn solicitors Coles Miller.

Lee Taylor

Leading local law firm Coles Miller is supporting the Sunflower Ball in aid of Forest Holme Hospice Charity, Poole.

Coles Miller is sponsoring the drinks reception at the ball to celebrate the hospice’s 21st anniversary.

Poole litigation solicior Agnieszka BaniaLandlords with tenancies that were granted before April 2007 could be unwittingly breaching Tenancy Deposit Scheme rules following a recent decision in the Court of Appeal, warn Coles Miller Solicitors.

Residential landlords who think the scheme does not apply to them because the fixed term of the tenancy has expired before April 2007 could be in for an unpleasant surprise.

Neil Andrews - Partner, Coles Miller

Are you facing the threat of redundancy? Coles Miller has updated the employment law section of its website with new information on employees’ redundancy rights.

Coles Miller’s new Redundancy Rights web page includes the latest information on Redundancy Notice, Payments, Consultation and Unfair Dismissal.

Coles Miller Soccer Safety School Poster Competition March 2015Lee Taylor

More than 20,000 Dorset schoolchildren have just weeks left to win a framed signed Cherries shirt in the Coles Miller Soccer Safety School poster competition.

The winning poster will be seen by thousands of Cherries fans at AFC Bournemouth home games - and the winner will be invited to a match to see their artwork on show.

wills and probate solicitor Anthony WeberCash-strapped pensioners are being forced to borrow more to make ends meet ­ despite owning their own homes, warn Dorset solicitors Coles Miller.

New research reveals that unsecured debt among homeowners aged 65+ has leapt by 16 per cent in just 12 months.

conveyancing solicitor Jason Barnett

Conveyancing solicitors at Coles Miller in Poole, Dorset are celebrating after the town was named one of the best places to live in Britain.

Poole scooped second place in the top 10, beating cities including Brighton, Edinburgh, York, Cardiff, Liverpool and Bristol.

Neil Andrews - Partner, Coles Miller

Employers can breathe a sigh of relief after Unison failed in its latest bid to overturn employment tribunal fees - but that is no reason to be complacent, warn solicitors Coles Miller.

Unison’s application for a judicial review was dismissed by the High Court - the trade union’s second failed attempt to get the rules overturned. It has already vowed to appeal.

wills and power of attorney solicitor Stuart Bradford

Coles Miller Partner Stuart Bradford has become a trustee at Forest Holme Hospice Charity in Poole.

He is assisting the Poole charity with his expert specialist knowledge of wills and probate, Inheritance Tax, trusts, powers of attorney and the Court of Protection.


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