17 May 17 | Law Talk
According to the Law Gazette (15 May 2017 edition), HM Courts & Tribunals Service has quietly piloted evening Court sittings.
25 Apr 17 | Residential Conveyancing
According to the Law Gazette (24 April 2017), digital e-signatures have been used for the first time in exchange of contracts for a residential property transaction in England.
10 Apr 17 | Wills & Probate
Is the Proposed Probate Fee Structure too much to Pay? You may have heard that the government is seeking to increase the fees payable on an Application for a Grant of Probate / Letters of Administration.
4 Nov 16 | Law Talk
What do you think of the statement of the President of the Law Society?
13 Oct 16 | Residential Conveyancing
Theresa May has announced that the Help-to-Buy -Mortgage Guarantee Scheme introduced by George Osborn in 2013 will come to an end on 31st December 2016.
6 Oct 16 | Law Talk
Marie would like to thank Hannah Witty from Three Counties for her invite to the wonderful Oyster Festival at Hardwick Hall!
20 Sep 16 | Family Law
When a relationship breaks down, people often get hurt and things can be said in temper that we perhaps do not really mean.
20 Sep 16 | Law Talk
Have you taken a look at our Facebook page?! As we are now in the digital age, the team thought it best to get up-to-date!
14 Jul 16 | Law Talk
It has today been announced that The Rt Honourable Elizabeth Truss MP has been appointed as The Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice.
1 Jul 16 | Law Talk
Over the last few weeks, you’ll have most likely heard a great deal about Brexit and the referendum! The UK voted to leave, but just how do we do this and when will it happen?
5 Jun 16 | Residential Conveyancing
Parties purchasing a second property whether as a second home or as a buy to let property from 1st April 2016 will be charged SDLT at a 3% higher rate across all the current SDLT bands.
5 Jun 16 | Wills & Probate
One in three over-65s die with dementia. Please don’t assume that relatives can just walk into a bank and access your money, even if it is to pay for your care.
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