Podcast discusses the myth of the common-law spouse and COVID-19

In the latest Topical Talks with Title Research podcast, Andrew Wilkinson from Shakespeare Martineau joined Title Research’s Head of Business, Anthony Allsopp, and Head of Service Delivery, Charlotte Toogood. The interesting discussion explores the myth of the common-law spouse, changes in the rules on the execution of a Will and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the legal sector.

Andrew Wilkinson frequently acts as an independent Trustee, Executor or Administrator, often in complex estates involving disputed aspects. He is an experienced Litigator both in the High Court and Court of Protection and is well-versed in dispute resolution. Andrew is also a regular contributor to the Financial Times and other publications.

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Topical Talks with Title Research is a podcast about estate administration, probate and other areas of interest in the Wills and probate sector. In each episode, Title Research speaks to a highly regarded individual from the industry about their specialism and current popular topics of conversation.

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