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Posted by Kitsons Solicitors on October 29th 2014 in Kitsons News
Local young volunteer Dan Fawke honoured with Children & Young People Volunteer Award
Devon Community Foundation hosted their sixth annual Volunteer of the Year awards ceremony last week at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) in Exeter, honouring the hard work and achievements of the many volunteers making a real difference in our local Devon communities. 20 year old Dan Fawke from New 4 You Youth group based in Plymouth was awarded the Children & Young People Volunteer of the Year Award sponsored by Kitsons Solicitors.
New4You is a Plymouth city centre youth group that runs on Friday nights, supporting young people...
Posted by Christian Robertson on October 29th 2014 in Blog Posts
Kitsons Teignbridge Curry Club – The Moguls Palace, Buckfastleigh
The famous Kitsons Curry Club turned its head around the corner again, leaving the chase for full stomachs and beer soaked lips to begin.
This time we went for a change, with a mystery venue. We picked up our attendees at the Newton Abbot Train Station via coach and went on our way to the secret venue.
We arrived at a palace, Moguls Palace to be exact- a curry house in Buckfastleigh. The venue is situated on Totnes Road, in a slight distant location. As we arrived we were greeted with a fantastic and...
Posted by Kitsons Solicitors on October 27th 2014 in Kitsons News
Kitsons Managing Partner James Cross attended Devon Community Foundations' Volunteer of the Year Awards 2014 last Thursday, to present the firm's sponsored award - Creating Opportunities for Children & Young People.
The winner of the award was Daniel Fawke from New 4 You Youth Group!
A Little Bit About New4You:
New4You is a Plymouth city centre youth group that runs on Friday nights throughout the year, supporting young people from 11 to 15+ to have fun and develop life skills in a safe environment.
At just 20 years old Dan has already been working with the club for over two years and is now a youth leader within the group....
Posted by Kitsons Solicitors on October 10th 2014 in Kitsons News
We, at Kitsons, understand that the breakdown of a relationship can be a difficult and emotional time. Carolyn Croft our family law solicitor at Kitsons LLP invites you to free, informal advice at a number of exclusive legal surgeries around Plympton and Ivybridge.
Carolyn will lend a sympathetic ear at the free legal surgery, letting you obtain sound and clear advice in a sensitive and supportive manner.
Offering advice on all areas of family law, including the following:
- Children issues – where your children should live and what time they should spend with the other parent
- Divorce and separation
- Cohabitation rights and living...
Posted by Katy Sandel on October 6th 2014 in Blog Posts, Litigation
Experts Under the Spotlight
Autumn 2014 will see the introduction of the new Guidance for the Instruction of Experts in Civil Claims issued by the Civil Justice Council. It echoes the changes heralded by the 2013 Jackson Reforms, and is intended to replace the guidance which is currently attached to Practice Direction 35 of the Civil Procedure Rules.
The provisions which govern the instruction of Experts are
contained within Rule 35 of the Civil Procedure Rules and the
accompanying Practice Direction.
Rule 35.2 (1) denotes an ‘expert’ as a person who has been instructed to give or prepare expert evidence for the...
Posted by Kitsons Solicitors on October 3rd 2014 in Kitsons News
Kitsons Plymouth Autumn Drinks Reception
Kitsons Solicitors brought in our new Plymouth Office last night with an informal Plymouth Autumn Drinks Reception. The event was a way to show our wonderful new offices to our long standing clients by putting on a small party in their honour.
To the attendees, we hope your stomachs are still full and your heads are clear after last night’s event. We were delighted at the attendance, even more so with the mixture of friendly faces from businesses around the surrounding areas. Fingers crossed you all got to view our new building, but if you didn’t get...
Posted by John Clarke on September 18th 2014 in Blog Posts, Contentious Probate, Private Client
The Inheritance and Trustees’ Powers Act 2014 will come into force on 1 October 2014.
From this date, the law surrounding claims made under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 will change. This blog focuses upon the changes that will apply to claims for financial provision against the estate of deceased persons.
Set out below are some of the key changes that will come into play from the beginning of next month:-
1. Grant no longer key to claim
It will now be possible to bring a claim against an estate without having to wait for the personal representatives of the...
Posted by Kitsons Solicitors on September 18th 2014 in Kitsons News, Private Client
Devon law firm Kitsons has appointed a new Solicitor in its Litigation Department.
John Clarke is a Contentious Trust and Probate Specialist and his appointment is a reflection of the firm’s growing reputation in this niche area of legal practice.
John has a wealth of experience in dealing with challenges to the validity of wills, claims for financial provision from deceased persons’ estates and disputes between executors and beneficiaries concerning the administration of estates and trusts. John also deals with disputes regarding powers of attorney and Court of Protection applications. His specialism is complimented by his experience...
Posted by Kitsons Solicitors on September 8th 2014 in Kitsons News
Devon law firm Kitsons has launched a monthly drop-in Legal Surgery at the newly refurbished Exeter Library, offering local residents a free consultation on wills, powers of attorney, and probate issues.
Kitsons Private Client specialist Charlie Siegle will be available for 30 minute individual appointments on the third Wednesday of each month from Wednesday 17th September, between 1.00pm and 3.00pm at the city centre Library on Castle Street.
Charlie Siegle, Associate at Kitsons said: “Our new monthly legal surgeries will provide local residents and visitors to the Library with an opportunity to drop-in for a free consultation on...
Posted by Kitsons Solicitors on September 5th 2014 in Kitsons News
Devon law firm Kitsons has been unveiled as the new headline sponsor for Teignbridge District Council’s Sports Personality Awards.
The Torbay, Exeter and Plymouth business responded to a plea from the district council which was looking for a new primary sponsor for the annual ceremony which celebrates the best in community sport, physical activity and health.
This year’s Sports Personality Awards will be held on Friday 28 November at the Langstone Cliff Hotel, Dawlish Warren.
The awards gala has become one of the largest of its kind, recognising and rewarding a number of athletes, teams, volunteers, coaches, and unsung heroes for their hard...
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