Lockdown 3.0: Legal Portal
With nationwide restrictions in place across the country, we have collated all of the relevant information to do with legal matters into one easy to use page. We would also like to remind you that we remain fully operational throughout this lockdown and are here to help and support you with your legal matters.Contact
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Property Purchases & Sales
Unlike the first Lockdown, you are still able to complete on your property sale or purchase. Our team will work remotely in order to protect both you and themselves. Working swiftly to ensure that clients receive the current discount on Stamp Duty Land Tax is our current priority. If you wish to discuss this area in more detail, please get in touch with a member of our Conveyancing department.
The courts have remained open during Lockdown 3.0. Allowing our Family Law Department to continue actioning cases throughout. If you are looking to begin a fresh start, let us help you get the ball rolling. We are currently providing free initial consultations, where we can get to know you and your requirements.
It has been an increasingly difficult time to be a business owner, there has been a range of measures put in place to support businesses during this time. Our team have been keeping up to date with the latest information in order to continue supporting businesses through this time. Please get in touch with us to find out the ways in which we can support you during Lockdown 3.0.
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Getting a Divorce in Lockdown 3.0
The return to work period often sees an increase in divorce enquiries across our industry. As those working to keep their relationships over the festive period begin to lose their willpower to keep trying. We are here to tell you that the grass is certainly greener and we can help you to leave the past in the past and look forward to a brighter future.Read More
Living Together Agreements
The current world we live in means that for many couples it has become the right time to consider taking their relationship to the next stage by moving in together. But perhaps you have concerns about what impact, if any, this may have on the ownership of your property or other assets. We can provide advice regarding your right and ease any concerns you have.Read More
How to Change a Will
Various requirements must be met in order for a Will to be valid if a Will fails to record the intentions of the Testator, it will be found to be invalid. Many do not realise that there are actually five grounds on which a Will can be held to be invalid. The most common of these is the failure to record the Testator’s intentions in the grounds of want of knowledge and approval.Read More