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Frequently asked questions

Whilst our solicitors and legal experts appreciate every case is different, the breadth of our experience helps us to understand what might be on your mind. We typically get it, whatever 'it' may be. If you need a little further help understanding what to do next before talking to someone, why not take a look at some of the questions we are regularly asked.

How do I make a Will?
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Why Tozers?

At Tozers we are different, we care. We know every case is different and every client is different, and as partners to you we take the time to get to know you, and make sure we understand what is important to you.

We are thoughtful legal partners for a changing world.

About us

 

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Putting clients at the centre of what we do, has been in our DNA for over 230 years. Whether it is assisting businesses striving for growth, or supporting individuals with their particular challenges or ambitions, we take pride in our client reviews and working together with them to deliver exceptional service.

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How much is my Inheritance Act claim worth?

Posted on 25th January 2022 in Dispute Resolution

When a loved one dies, it will be distressing to learn that their will did not sufficiently provide for you. This may be because of the size of the estate, the gift, or whether or not the person died without a will.  There are often complicated circumstances.

Posted by

Mitch Ward

Paralegal
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Small payment scheme proposed for vulnerable people

Posted on 07th January 2022 in Safeguarding Vulnerable Clients

When a person loses mental capacity and does not already have an attorney to help with their affairs, it can be difficult to know how to help them with their finances.

Posted by

Emma Ruttley

Solicitor
Resolution
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