Selling a property when there is a problem or dispute

If you are selling a property, as part of the standard conveyancing process, your buyers will expect you to provide certain information about your property. There are set questions for this in what are called Pre Contract Enquiries that asks if you are aware of any problems regarding the property, or any complaints about the management company, or any [...]

Legal steps to consider when diagnosed with a life-limiting illness

On top of the heartbreak and worry that a diagnosis of a life-limiting illness can cause, there will be a raft of concerns and uncertainties about your care and financial affairs and it can be difficult to know exactly how to prepare from a legal standpoint. ‘There are steps you can take to ensure that your care runs smoothly [...]

Planning your legacy through charitable giving in your will

There are many reasons why someone might choose to leave money to charity in their will. Tax planning may be a key incentive, or it could be due to a lack of close family members. Some may simply wish to create a longer lasting personal legacy or they might have strong feelings about a certain cause. ‘Last year, Fisherman’s [...]

Business planning and the importance of making a Will

A will is an important part of everybody’s legal planning no matter your circumstances, but for anyone who is in business, a well written will is vital to ensure the minimum disruption after your death. ‘Whether you are a sole practitioner, a partner in a partnership, or a director of a limited company, you need to consider how your [...]

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