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  • Polish now spoken at Fergusson Law

    Do you speak Polish?  Or indeed French or German?  Fergusson Law can speak with you in your own language.  Just call us. Możemy rozmawiać z Tobą po polsku.  Zadzwoń +44 131 556 4044. Naciśnij numer 5 i zapytaj o Darię. Lub napisz do niej na adres This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Je vais correspondre et vous parler en français. S'il vous plaît  telephonez- moi pour obtenir des conseils.   +44 131 556 4044  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     Ich werde mit Ihnen auf Deutsch korrespondieren und mit Ihnen sprechen. Bitte rufen Sie mich an oder senden Sie mir eine E-Mail, Janice Nisbet. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • We have Moved

    We have Moved 

    After five years in Northumberland Street we are now at a larger office within five minutes’ walk.  It is naturally lit, airy and with a garden view. We are still on the  ground floor and within easy reach of Trams, buses, and a car park. 

    Janice, Katy, Cara, and Keanu,  look forward to welcoming you there.  

  • Maradona Left No Will. Big Legal Bill

    Footballer Maradona Dies Intestate

    By not writing a will, Maradona has left his extended family facing potentially heavy taxes and legal fees on his £55m estate. What would happen if you died?

    Did you ever work abroad and leave assets or a pension behind? Or even tax demands? Do you own, or share, property outside the UK?  Might it be in a country like Cyprus or Spain where there are rules about who you can leave it to?  

    The Argentine football icon died at 60 last week, leaving behind a complicated financial legacy that echoes his exotic personal life.

    Maradona had a big family, fathering at least eight children over decades of romantic entanglements with six different women in Argentina, Italy and Cuba. His inheritance might be expected to be divided equally among those children. And perhaps some of the ex-wives.

    Under Argentine law (Código Civil y Comercial de la Nación or CCCN) a person can only give away a third of their assets in a will, with the rest passed on to their children or spouse(s). One child’s lawyer has already asked a court to exhume the footballer's body to collect a sample for a DNA test.


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