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power of attorney solicitor Stuart Bradford

Wills and probate solicitors at Coles Miller are warning people not to forget their digital assets when considering their bequests and other final wishes.

Internet bank and savings accounts, bitcoins, betting accounts, social media profiles ­ all these online assets and intellectual property could all be lost if the owners die without passing on the details.

family law solicitor Emma Hamilton Cole

Family law solicitors Coles Miller are preparing for new rules which will require those seeking court orders in children and financial cases to attend Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings (MIAMs).

The new rules will come into force later this month. Couples who attempt to go straight to court will be redirected to mediation information meetings.

commercial property solicitor Kerry Houston-Kypta

Companies and organisations buying or selling commercial property will need to comply with new capital allowance rules that may impact on the sale price and the negotiations, advise solicitors Coles Miller.

Failure to comply with the new regulations means that buyers risk losing forever the tax relief offered by capital allowances.

conveyancing solicitor Jason BarnettBuyers must be ready with their finances in order if they are to beat rising house prices, warn conveyancing solicitors at Coles Miller.

Property shortages are driving up prices ever more quickly as more buyers compete for a limited number of available homes.

personal injury solicitor Adrian Cormack

Personal injury solicitors at Coles Miller are supporting RoSPA Family Safety Week to help reduce the number of accidents across Britain.

Coles Miller’s lawyers are backing the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) campaign through their work with the LV=Streetwise safety centre in Bournemouth.

medical negligence solicitor David Simpson

Clinical negligence solicitors at Coles Miller are backing a new government report warning that thousands of patients may be facing limb amputations that are not needed.

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Vascular Disease says too many patients are losing their limbs unnecessarily because they are not getting proper treatment.

Neil Andrews - Partner, Coles MillerCompanies operating zero hours contracts of employment should review them amid growing concern over their controversial terms and conditions, warn solicitors Coles Miller.

Zero hours contracts are in the firing line again after it was revealed that more than half a million UK employees have now signed them - at least double the government’s estimate.

James Cain - Solicitor, Coles Miller

Coles Miller planning consultants are helping developers poised to benefit from a proposed relaxation of rules governing building in National Parks.

Planning Minister Nick Boles is suggesting that empty barns and other redundant farm buildings could be converted into new homes without the need to apply for permission.

medical negligence solicitor David Simpson

Patients who have received treatment at some of Britain’s worst performing hospitals are being urged to consider whether they have been the victims of medical negligence.

Solicitors at Coles Miller are acting for a number of clients taking legal action against some of the hospitals highlighted by the NHS Litigation Authority.

Lee TaylorLaw firm Coles Miller is sponsoring a new hub for cyclists and walkers at the National Trust’s historic Kingston Lacy estate.

The new hub at Firs Barn will be a pit-stop for families enjoying the popular Dorset estate which has a network of traffic-free cycle routes running through its 8,500 acres.


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