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Planning to see your Children can be difficult when parents are separated
Do I have to attend Court?
The rules applicable to stamp duty and shared ownership transactions are not straightforward.
New Land Registry rules, measures to professionalise estate agents, referral fee transparency, faster searches and changes to requirements of property professionals set to reform the home buying process in the near future.
When purchasing a property, unmarried couples (cohabitees) do not have the same protection as married couples...when purchasing a property with your partner or someone else (such as a family member or friend) there are various deeds and documents that can be used to protect yourselves...
A leasehold property can be a secure investment for your future...purchasing a leasehold interest differs from freehold ownership and requires a number of careful considerations.
Alternative Dispute Resolution, or ADR, is any method used to facilitate the resolution of disputes outside of Court proceedings.
Buying a home with another person? Do you know what will happen if one of you dies?
There are many ways in which technology can be and is being used to improve efficiency and convenience for both conveyancers and clients...
A law firm announced last month that it is preparing to launch a group negligence action against conveyancing solicitors...
How your New Build Home could end up worthless.
What is Home Identity Fraud and how can you protect yourself?
How ‘smart technology’ needs to be seriously considered in future property development.
More affordable new homes for first time buyers in 2017
Response to the CMA Legal Services Market Study Report
Important differences between married and unmarried couples living together.