Our Winter 2018 newsletter is here!

Our Winter 2018 newsletter, your one-stop shop for the latest in Astle Paterson news, is now available!

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The newsletter contains highlights from the editorial output of our legal experts, spotlighting several favourite recent news items.

These articles include some expert advice from Sarah Nash, Head of Probate, on the risks of DIY Probate. We also welcome some new arrivals to the Astle Paterson team, as well as bidding one fond departure. Liam O’Shea, Head of Litigation and Dispute Resolution, addresses common questions asked by residential landlords. Finally, we have stories on our new football club sponsorship deal and our incredibly successful charity fundraiser.

We’d like to thank everyone who made this season of success stories possible, and we wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

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