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From Traditional to Innovative: Blogs About Legal Matters

There have been a few times in my life that I have needed a lawyer, and during those times, their help was invaluable. I worked with lawyers during the custody battle for my kids, when I dissolved the partnership for my business and after I suffered an injury at work. In this blog, I plan to write about the law from a range of angles. I may share posts inspired by my personal experiences, what's popular in the news or what strikes my fancy when I'm writing. I have a daughter, Oliva. I manage a medical clinic, and I love blogging. I hope you like the results. My name is Melinda, and thanks for reading!

From Traditional to Innovative: Blogs About Legal Matters


Two Myths about Wills and Estates Solicitors

Here are two myths about wills and estates solicitors. Myth: They won't take young people who enquire about their services seriously Some people think that only elderly people or those with serious illnesses need to write up wills. Because of this, many young people do not utilise the services of wills and estates solicitors, as they think that if they book an appointment to draw up their will when, for example, they're in their twenties, the solicitor will not take them seriously and or might even find the notion of it quite funny.