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Protecting Your Legacy: The Importance of Writing Your Will Properly

Whilst you may have heard of a Will, you might not realise the importance of having one yourself? If this resonates with you, you are certainly not alone, with a recent survey revealing that as many …


The State of Commercial Property – Expectation Vs Reality

We entered 2023 prepared for recession, faced with escalating interest rates and higher levels of inflation; anticipating extremely challenging market conditions for the foreseeable. However, when it…


8 Essential Questions to Ask your Estate Agent?

If like 98% of home buyers, you started your search for a new property online, you have probably already had access to a host of pristine property pictures, detailed descriptions and even 360 tours o…


Navigating Workplace Injury – Your step-by-step guide

Work related accidents can affect anyone and are not isolated to labour-intensive roles. It is your employer's responsibility to provide information and put measures in place to give you the best pro…


Is it time to say I do? The Legal side of marriage explained.

It’s February, and romance is in the air!

With so many marriage proposals this month, we thought it was a perfect time to explore what marriage and cohabitation can mean for your Will and inheritanc…

Moving home Conveyancing Jan 2023

Tuesday 3rd January 2023

Moving home Conveyancing Jan 2023

As we step into 2023, it feels like the property market has hit the perfect storm.

Mortgage rates have risen, and there is a widespread belief that house prices will drop this year.

With the typical …

Christmas blog (Dec)

Tuesday 20th December 2022

Christmas blog (Dec)

Many things come to mind during the Christmas season - presents, family, parties, mulled wine and Christmas carols – but solicitors and why you might need them may not!

As we approach 2023, this time …

Stamp Duty - What it means for you

Thursday 29th September 2022

Stamp Duty - What it means for you

The energy crisis looms, the war in Ukraine creating an increase in food prices, people being asked to return to the offices and the housing market has started to stall.

So, the government have rele…

Wills and what do they mean to you?

Wednesday 14th September 2022

Wills and what do they mean to you?

Many people often put off creating a Will, in fact, 4 in 10 people haven’t got one in the UK alone.

But you don’t have to be rich, have lots of assets or be in a precarious health position to start th…


Normal People who just happen to be Legal Experts

It can be really difficult to know where to begin when dealing with legal issues. If you choose the wrong solicitors, it can be time consuming, stressful and intimidating, right? We understand this, …

Settlement Agreements

Wednesday 4th November 2020

Settlement Agreements

If you are in negotiations with your employer about ending your contract of employment, we are able to provide legal advice  concerning any settlement agreement (previously  kn…

What is an easement?

Monday 5th October 2020

What is an easement?

If you own a house, a building, or land, you may have heard of an easement before. An easement is a legal right that one piece of land has over another. For example, the legal t…

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