Archive: February 2018

Common-Law Marriage – Will my Partner Benefit?

14th February 2018

The phrase ‘common-law marriage’ tends to be a familiar one and refers to a situation in which a couple is considered married, without having formally registered their relationship. When considering estate planning though there is a misconception that if you live with someone, your assets will simply pass to your... read more

Posted in: Estate Planning, Inheritance Tax

Combining Families – Tips for Writing a New Will

9th February 2018

When most couples write a new Will they tend to leave everything to their partner, especially if they have children. This is due to the common belief that on the surviving partner’s death everything will simply be passed to the offspring. In many cases this approach works well. However,... read more

Posted in: Estate Planning

Awards Success

2nd February 2018

The Fry Group celebrates awards success. Following several advisory awards won by The Fry Group at the end of 2017, two further awards have been presented to our team at Head Office in Worthing by the Chartered Insurance Institute. The Fry Group’s Compliance Manager, Fiona Ede, was awarded the... read more

Posted in: Financial Planning, News