From 6 December, law firms undertaking a number of common areas of work – including probate – will need to publish price- and service-related information on their websites. Sarah Brodie looks at what this could mean in practice
The business of death is changing, as technology alters the way people are living their lives. How long before blockchain technology, e-signatures and chatbots become common on the private client stage? What else is waiting in the wings? Grania Langdon-Down investigates
There are now over 15 million people aged over 60 in the UK, but the marketing approach for this audience is often clichéd and outdated. Sue Bramall explains some key points to consider, and the mistakes to avoid
The fluctuating fortunes of digital currencies and cryptocurrencies are making the headlines on a regular basis. As their popularity grows, what do practitioners need to know to advise investors and traders? Sophie Cisler presents a guide
EU legislation requires financial advisers to disclose all costs and charges relating to their retail client recommendations. Emma Kilburn explains what to look for in investment reports to make sure your adviser is compliant
As the cost of care rises, more and more people are attempting to safeguard their assets to avoid paying for it. But should we not start to consider care homes as an asset in themselves, and worth paying for, asks Helen Cowan
Helen Clarke reviews a new title on the administration of digital information by fiduciaries
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