Wilson Nesbitt News & Updates

Our Belfast Marathon fundraising amount reaches £1,460 for Brake

Our Belfast Marathon fundraising amount reaches £1,460 for Brake

We are delighted to confirm that the firm will be donating a total of £1,460 to the road safety charity Brake following our teams' fundraising efforts around the Belfast Marathon. Three... Read more

Difficult first quarter for Northern Ireland property prices

While property prices in Northern Ireland rose at an annual rate of 3.5 per cent in the first quarter of 2019, they were actually down compared to the prevous quarter... Read more

Aretha Franklin's estate administration complicated by 3 Wills

By Lenore Rice When the "Queen of Soul" Aretha Franklin sadly passed away in August 2018 it was believed that she had died intestate, with no Will having been located despite... Read more

Cuts to legal aid risking quality of decisions in domestic abuse cases

By Lenore Rice The former head of family courts in England and Wales, Sir James Munby, has said that cuts to legal aid had led to more people representing themselves, and... Read more

Wilson Nesbitt case update - High Court challenge successful

We are delighted to confirm that our client Rose Edmunds has been successful in her challenge of the decision to deny her funding for legal representation in a mediation process. Habitat... Read more

2019 Wilson Nesbitt Graduate Programme intake announced

We are delighted to announce the details of our 2019 graduate programme intake. Five of the current partners of the firm started out their legal careers in Wilson Nesbitt on a... Read more

£22bn of fixed mortgages reached end of introductory terms in April

By Natasha Adamson April was a busy month for property owners in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK looking to switch to a new mortgage product, as research by... Read more

Survey reveals unrealistic inheritance expectations of millennials

By Lenore Rice A new survey has revealed that some millennials expect a much higher inheritance than they will actually receive, and that they will have to wait longer for it... Read more

Calls for groundbreaking changes to handling of serious sex offence trials

Retired judge, Sir John Gillen, has delivered what has been described as a "groundbreaking report" to the Department of Justice outlining changes that should be made to the way serious... Read more

Non-Domestic Rates, can we do better?

After a period of speculation the Department of Finance has announced a major review of the Northern Ireland Non-Domestic Rates System. Many businesses and associations have commented that the current rating... Read more