Making a Will is vital for many reasons. It ensures that your money and other assets go to the people you want to have them after you die; it can protect children who are still minors; and it enables you to arrange your affairs to minimise the amount of inheritance tax payable from your estate. […]Read Article
It’s important to be prepared and leave formal instructions for what should happen to your assets after your death. You can detail how you wish your estate to be distributed by making a Will. But for some people, a Will is more than a list of bequests, it can be a chance to leave a […]Read Article
The new year is here – a time when many people talk about New Year’s resolutions and their goals for the year ahead. Living healthier, saving money and reading more often are some of the most common New Year’s resolutions that people make. But what about securing your family’s future? If you have not yet […]Read Article
If you have a Will, then you are in the minority. Recent studies have shown that more than half of adults in the UK do not have a Will. That’s around 31 million people. A Will typically sets out what happens to your finances, property, possessions and other assets after you die. Having a Will, […]Read Article
If you are planning to make a Will, you have probably had someone asking you “Why use a solicitor? You can download a template online.” Or they may suggest you hire a Will writer who, as a non-professional, is likely to charge less. However, just being legally valid isn’t everything. There are many things that […]Read Article
Make a new year’s resolution you can keep in 2018 with our Life Organiser. There are three things most of us start January with; left-over turkey, an overflowing recycling bin and a set of New Year’s resolutions. All three start to look increasingly unattractive after the first week. Top 3 New Year resolutions for 2017 […]Read Article
Osborne Morris & Morgan are waiving the usual Wills fee this November to help raise money for Willen Hospice as part of their Make a Will Month. We will be offering a limited number of appointments to make a Will free of charge, in return for a suggested donation to Willen Hospice. We have partnered […]Read Article
When we lose a loved one, we often find comfort in the memories they leave behind. However, with many of these memories now stored digitally, modern families are in real danger of losing this precious shared history. Having access to them is so much more complicated than opening a photo album or picking a CD […]Read Article
Who Wants To Live Forever? While it may not be possible to actually live forever, there is a way to still make a difference to the world even after you are gone. It is never easy thinking about writing a Will but, as we explained in our article ‘Top Reasons To Write A Will’, a […]Read Article
According to a study, more than 61% of the British population do not have a Will – that’s nearly 30 million Britons. There are various reasons for this, but perhaps the most common is not getting around to doing it. We lead busy lives and Wills are often one of those things on the ‘to […]Read Article
Osborne Morris & Morgan have double the reason to celebrate after winning, not one, but two awards at this year’s SME Bedfordshire Business Awards.
The firm were delighted to receive the ‘Leighton Buzzard Business of the Year’ and also the ‘Training & Development’ award for their continuous commitment to investing in their employees.