Monthly free legal clinics

Can we help to resolve your legal issue? Every month Rebecca Weare and Beccy Bristow from Start Point Law hold free legal clinics at Dartmouth, Kingsbridge and Salcombe libraries.  Each clinic runs for two hours and is an opportunity for anyone with a legal issue to speak to either Rebecca or Beccy free of charge. What sorts of problems can … Read More

The Gazette, 10 January 2020

Why no Will? Every month Rebecca Weare & Beccy Bristow solicitors at Start Point Law hold free legal clinics in Kingsbridge, Dartmouth and Salcombe libraries.  Over the course of 2019 our free legal clinics in the three local libraries added up to over 64 hours of free legal advice.  We give our time to support our community because we think … Read More

The Gazette, 13 December 2019

Every month Rebecca Weare & Beccy Bristow solicitors at Start Point Law hold free legal clinics in Kingsbridge, Dartmouth and Salcombe libraries.  The sessions are an opportunity to seek legal advice from a professional on a wide range of legal issues, and we are always happy to try to tackle any issue and if we don’t immediately know the answer … Read More

The Gazette, 8 November 2019

The importance of Wills for cohabiting couples Every month Rebecca Weare & Beccy Bristow solicitors at Start Point Law hold free legal clinics in Kingsbridge, Dartmouth and Salcombe libraries.  The sessions are an opportunity to seek legal advice from a professional on a wide range of legal issues, and we are always happy to try to tackle any issue and … Read More

The Gazette 13 September

What happens to your possessions when you die? Last month an elderly lady spoke to us about her Will.  She had a Will in which she had made provision for her assets to be divided equally between her children.  She had started to worry about what would happen to her things after she died?  Who was going to decide who … Read More

The Gazette, July 12 2019

What happens when you don’t appoint an attorney? Every month we hold free legal clinics in Kingsbridge and Dartmouth, the Salcombe clinic will be back in September. Often people ask about a lasting power of attorney (LPA).  This legal document appoints a person to make decisions on your behalf when you no longer have capacity to make decisions yourself.  People … Read More

Why worry about Digital Assets

The Gazette, 19 June 2019 Every month we hold free legal clinics in Kingsbridge and Dartmouth, and in April, May and June we held a clinic Salcombe Library. We recently met a couple concerned about newspaper articles reporting a story involving a widow who had to take court proceedings against Apple to get access to the photographs that her deceased … Read More

St Luke’s Hospice Make a Will Week

Every month we hold free legal clinics in Kingsbridge and Dartmouth, and in May and June will be holding a clinic Salcombe Library. We specialise in helping people make provision for their family when they die, we draft Wills, advise about Inheritance Tax liabilities and help executors to carry out their duties after someone has died, we also help resolve … Read More

What is Inheritance Tax?

The Gazette, 12 April 2019 What is Inheritance Tax? Every month we hold free legal clinics in Kingsbridge and Dartmouth, and last month we held our first of two special dates in Salcombe Library. We are often asked questions about inheritance tax, and whilst everyone has heard of inheritance tax not many people understand it.     Back to basics Inheritance … Read More

Making Kingsbridge Dementia Friendly

Rebecca Weare and Beccy Bristow are both solicitors at Start Point Law and both are Dementia Friends Champions. This means that they were trained by the Alzheimer’s Society to deliver the Dementia Friends Information Session and help create more dementia friends. Dementia is an important topic as it is a disease that was responsible for the largest number of deaths … Read More