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An update from Complete Clarity Solicitors following Level 4 Restrictions

We hope you and your family are keeping safe and well. We wanted again to reach out, as we have done throughout the pandemic, just to give an update particularly in light of recent amendments to the restriction levels.

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So, what's happening at Clarity Simplicity?

As ever we all at Clarity Simplicity wish everyone well at these ongoing difficult times as we and you no doubt continue to abide by the social distancing requirements.

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Clarity Simplicity - The New Future

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What we've learned

Once again, everyone at Clarity Simplicity Limited wishes everyone very well at these trying times.

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Even with Covid-19, disputes happen. New guide to dispute resolution in Scotland

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5 things to consider when making a Will during the coronavirus

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The Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020: How do the changes affect me?

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What does the UK-wide lockdown mean for separated families?

Last month, government guidelines were announced to control the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK. As of the 23 March, the public has been told to stay at home apart from necessary food shopping, one form of exercise a day, and work for those listed as ‘key workers’. Part of the restrictions also included not meeting family members who do not share your home.

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Divorce rates expected to spike during coronavirus lockdown

As China begins to get a glimpse of life on the other side of coronavirus, it seems that not everyone has been feeling the love during quarantine. It emerged that divorce rates in the country have soared, as couples were forced into spending time together in mandatory lockdown.

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The importance of sorting your Will in the times of coronavirus

According to the Law Society, the number of people looking to write new Wills in the UK has risen by at least 30 per cent following the outbreak of coronavirus. Nevertheless, the process of creating and amending Wills relies heavily on face-to-face interaction, which makes the government measures to stay at home and self-isolate more challenging.

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Who can witness my Will with social distancing measures in place?

In light of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, you will likely have numerous questions about how this could impact your estate planning. Now, more than ever, it is vital to check that all of your documents, especially your Will, are up to date and reflect your current life circumstances.

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A Message from the Directors and Owners of Complete Clarity Solicitors

Firstly, a message of thanks to our clients and colleagues for your patience and support with the challenges and uncertainty presented by the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Coronavirus Update

Please note that as a result of the Corona Pandemic we have made the difficult decision to close our offices to members of the public.

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Scottish house prices fall for first time in 3 years

The latest House Price Index report revealed the average property price in Scotland was £145,762 in February 2019. This was a 3.1 per cent decrease on the previous month and a fall of 0.2 per cent on February of last year (£145,982); the first annual drop in average property price in Scotland since March 2016.

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Easter Opening Hours

As Easter approaches we would like to take this opportunity to inform valued clients and potential new customers that Complete Clarity will be closed on Friday 19th April and Monday 22nd April.

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Less than 30% of divorced Brits have updated their will to reflect a new relationship

According to recent research from Direct Life Line Insurance, 60 per cent of divorced Brits who are now in a new relationship, have failed to update any of their personal finances since their previous marriage. This includes the beneficiaries of their pension, death in service benefits, health and life insurance, money in trust, or their will.

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Glasgow City Council issues CPO on 7 flats after landlords failed to maintain properties

Glasgow City Council has issued a compulsory purchase order (CPO) for seven apartments in Westmoreland Street, Govanhill. This move will mark the first time landlords will be forced to sell because they have failed to keep the property in an acceptable condition, and will be the first time a whole block with residents will be taken over under compulsory purchase in Glasgow.

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'Problematic' cohabitation laws in need of reform, according to the Law Society

Scotland’s cohabitation laws are in urgent need of reform as they do not support those going through the grieving process of a cohabitant’s death, according to the Law Society of Scotland.

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One-bed rented properties take just 20 days to let in Glasgow, according to new report

Rental properties in Glasgow recorded a notable rise of 3.9 per cent in Q4 2018, up 33.6 per cent in a decade and bringing the year on year figure to £771, according to the Citylets Quarterly Report. The average property in Glasgow took 25 days to let, with 22 per cent being let within a week.

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Consultation on fairer succession law opens

The Scottish Government launched a public consultation on the 17th February 2019, asking how the law covering succession could better reflect 21st century Scotland.

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