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  • Robert Chote of the Office of Budget Responsibility has just estimated that charging probate fees proportionate to the value of the estate would bring in as much as £300million for the Revenue annually and should be now classed as a tax. This secondary inheritance charge, whether a tax or not, should now be taken into […]

  • The Welsh Government has announced that the final deadline for retrospectively re-claiming wrongly paid care home fees in Wales for the period 1st April 2003 to the 31st July 2013 will be the 31st July 2014. NHS Continuing Healthcare is available to anyone who is in a care home because of physical or mental health […]

  • Llys Cennen Solicitors are pleased to confirm that they have joined Legal Network Wales in an exciting new venture to ensure the best possible service to our clients. For a number of years Llys Cennen Solicitors have been a member of Connect2Law, a network of Solicitors firms who would refer work to each other, via […]

  • Croeso i wêfan Llys Cennen, welcome to our website. It’s fitting that the site went live just before national small business day on the 7th December, it’s almost as if we planned it… There have been some notable milestones in the firm’s history. In 2004 the three of us became partners and started the modernisation […]

  • Llys Cennen Solicitors has continued its regional expansion with the opening of new premises in Carmarthen. Located in the centre of Carmarthen, the new office will serve clients throughout Carmarthen and the surrounding areas. The brand new office is located at 9 Barn Road and offers clients easy access from the town centre, with parking […]

  • A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a powerful legal document which allows you to choose who you would want to look after your affairs if you were unable to do so yourself for example due to lack of mental capacity. A LPA should not be confused with a Will as they perform totally different […]

  • There are big changes afoot in the Land Registry which could see the loss rights that have been in place for over a thousand years. Nothing demonstrates the hold that the middle ages have over the modern day law of England and Wales more than manorial rights. Profits a Prendre and appurtenant rights still strike […]