Joint Ownership Joint ownership of property is one of the most misunderstood areas of law by persons purchasing a property or indeed making a will. Time and time again we ask how a property is owned or how it is intended to be owned the [...]
Buying a home can be a daunting process and whether you are first time buyer or not, there is a lot to remember and do from the beginning. When you first decide to start looking for a property to buy there are considerations that can [...]
Have you recently bought a property? Did you know property fraud is on the up? In-fact, you may not realise that anyone can obtain a copy of the title to your property by visiting the Land Registry website. Access To The Title In 2002, all [...]
January is that time of year again when we make New Year resolutions and consider what we should be doing - reviewing last year and planning for the future. Yet on the list of spending more time with the family, going on a diet, giving [...]
Mother’s Day is often a wonderful celebratory time for many families. However it can also be a painful reminder of difficult circumstances if you are unable to spend time with your children on this special day. It can be the small things that can make [...]
The Daily Express have recently reported that “7 out of 10 Britons admitted never speaking to those living around them”. Some may say it is a sign of the times. As a solicitor specialising in residential conveyancing the moving process for both buying and [...]
The last thing you want to be worrying about, either as someone leaving wealth behind to loved ones or as a loved one facing the loss of a family member, is the amount of tax placed on inheritance. With this is mind, the news that [...]
Want to know why above all things it is essential your conveyancer is thorough and has an eye for detail? Well I am here to tell you. The example I will describe actually happened at the end of last year but it clearly illustrates the [...]
You have probably seen there has been a lot in the news recently about dress codes at work. High Heels An employee who had been sent home for refusing to wear heels at work launched an e-petition calling for it to be made illegal for [...]
We are told to be green, live healthier and leave less of a carbon footprint. Many of us choose to cycle, myself included, and in this sense we leave less of a carbon footprint. Cycling is better for the environment and takes cars off the [...]
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