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This section addresses matters that affect individuals save for Compensation Claims which are detailed separately. There are times when it seems as if the problems we encounter during the course of our daily life, expand year on year.
We have outlined below the areas where our firm is able to provide legal advice and support services; or access to specialist practitioners where particular circumstances require specific skills.
Providing legal advice on family matters requires tact and empathy.
In addition to providing advice upon 'Tenancy and Lease Arrangements' our specialist team can advise and prepare the necessary proceedings in respect of recovering possession and evicting tenants in circumstances when regular or substantial rent arrears have accrued or there has been a breach of the Tenancy Agreement.
You may be buying your first home, moving property or purchasing a holiday home but the excitement for you has to be tempered with the need to ensure any legal requirements and processes are dealt with correctly and thoroughly.
Disputes can cover an increasingly wide range of matters from boundary and property disagreements to disputes relating to building work including disputes with your builder or if their building work impinges upon you or your property, causing nuisance and inconvenience.
We can advise on the drafting and updating of Wills, Inheritance Tax planning and the use and drafting of Trusts and Lasting Powers of Attorney. We also provide elderly client services and can deal with the administration of Estates on death, including Probate.
26 Sep 2019
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is an agreement whereby one or both of the parties to it agree not to tell others about discussions, negotiations or settlements between them.
The closure of parliament has meant that a number of high-profile matters, which have not yet become law, have been lost and the Divorce Bill is one of them.
Applying for the legal right to deal with someone's property, money and possessions (their 'estate') when they die is called 'applying for probate'.