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We would like to wish a big congratulations to Malwina Konopinska on her admission to the Roll of Solicitors. Malwina started her legal career with us in 2015 and re-joined the firm to complete her solicitor training last year. With 7 years of conveyancing experience under her belt Malwina is ready to hit the ground...
Benefits of selling in 2022/2023 Low competition – Due to the increased demand for houses, it is likely you won’t have much competition. This is good as it can allow for a quick sale at a price you are happy with. In fact, it could leave you with a much greater price than your original...
Buying a property is an extremely exciting time for people, especially if you are a first-time buyer. Although purchasing a property can have its ups and downs, it is all worth it when you have the home of your dreams. Reasons to be hopeful about buying in 2022/2023 First Time Buyers do not pay any...
What is Stamp Duty Land Tax? You must pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) if you buy a property or land over a certain price in England and Northern Ireland. You pay the tax when you: Buy a freehold propertyBuy a new or existing leaseholdBuy a property through a shared ownership schemeAre transferred land or...
Many people are under the impression that making a Will is only for people above a certain age. But the problem is that death can occur at any time, and not planning ahead can leave your loved ones with additional tax and stress, that could have easily been avoided with a bit planning and forward...
The effect of marriage that you may not know about! Few people realise that when you tie the knot, unless you have a Will that was written in contemplation of your marriage, it automatically becomes void, placing you in the position of being without a Will at all.  This means that unless you make a...
In the UK last year 691,746 Lasting Powers of Attorneys were applied for showing the importance people are placing on safeguarding future decisions relating to their health, care, property and financial affairs.     What are LPAs?  There are two types of LPA. The first is Health and Care, giving your chosen attorney(s) the power to...
It is undeniable that the Covid-19 pandemic has changed every area of life. Since the first lockdown started on 26th March 2020, the way that we do everything has altered, from shopping, going to work, visiting family, going on holiday, and of course the buying and selling of property. Non-essential businesses had to close or...
In recent months, there has been a huge demand for countryside homes from those who wish to relocate having faced the national lockdown in the city. Although on the face of it there may appear to be few hurdles, it is important to bear the following factors in mind when purchasing a new home.  The...
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) allows you (the ‘Donor’) to choose one or more individuals (your ‘Attorneys’) to be responsible for the management of your affairs in the event you became physically and/or mentally debilitated (you ‘lost capacity’).   LPAs are often overlooked however, in the unfortunate event you were to lose capacity, it would be extremely inconvenient (and often expensive) for...
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