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5 Overseas Property Buying Fails

Whether you are thinking of buying a property in Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, Turkey, Cyprus or Greece avoid the pitfalls of buying abroad and these 5 Overseas Property Buying Fails! Fail #1 Failing to instruct an independent lawyer Instructing an independent lawyer ie a lawyer who is completely separate from the estate agent, developer or seller […]

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Resealing a UK Grant of Probate in New Zealand

If you are dealing with the estate of someone who died owning assets in New Zealand you will know that it can be difficult to release the assets in New Zealand so that they can be sold or transferred to the beneficiaries. Your local solicitor will not usually be able to assist and may advise you that you will need to obtain a Grant […]

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Come and See Us at A Place In The Sun Live – Manchester 2016

Worldwide Lawyers are delighted to announce that we will be back again as an exhibitor at the fabulous A Place in the Sun Live overseas property exhibition, this time in Manchester! The official exhibition of the overseas property TV programme will take place at Manchester Central from Friday 11th to 13th March 2016 . It […]

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Buying Property Abroad in 2016

Its that time of year again.. The New Year. Time therefore to reflect on what has happened over the last 12 months in the overseas property market and to share predictions for the next… The upward trend of British people buying property overseas continued in force in 2015. Spain remained a popular choice for British buyers-  in fact it is reported […]

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Resealing Grants of Probate in the UK

If you are dealing with the estate administration of a person who died living outside of the United Kingdom owning assets such as property, land, bank accounts, shares or other investments located within the United Kingdom, you will know that arranging for the UK assets to be released is easier said than done! This is because most financial institutions will require […]