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Buying a Property
in Joint Names

Being able to obtain bespoke advice about the options that are available to you when buying a property to make sure it’s held exactly as you want it to be.

When two people buy a property together and they are not married, it is not always straight forward. Property can be held in a number of different ways and not necessarily in equal shares. Also, sometimes a third party such as relatives will be assisting in buying property. It’s really important that people obtain their own independent legal advice about the interest of their property and how this can be held.

 

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16/01/2020

Divorce and finances: How to ensure the past doesn’t come back to haunt you

When you want to move on with your life post-divorce the last thing you need is unfinished business rearing its ugly head. If financial matters relating to your divorce are not fully and formally dealt with at the time, you will be living with a ticking time bomb that can detonate at any moment. Divorce…

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Team

Shane Miller

Director and Head of Family Law Department

Tony Gibb

Director, Commercial Property

Jane Rudge

Director, Commercial

Philip Chapman

Director, Corporate

Sharon Oakley

Associate Director, Wills & Estates

Nicholas O’Hara

Managing Director, Board Member

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Do you have a Will and if so, is it still suitable for your family, your assets and your circumstances?

Our experienced advisers can help you in a number of ways to protect your assets for you during lifetime and for those you wish to benefit. We know that every client is different and that means spending time getting to know you and your circumstances. Once we understand more about you, we can help in a variety of different ways.

Trusts have a valid and essential role in protecting assets for vulnerable individuals.

This could be putting assets into Trust for young children, or those with a disability. Equally, they can allow you to protect and preserve assets for future generations, allowing your wealth to remain in the family for many years to come.

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26/02/2020

New guidance on harassment at work

The #MeToo campaign has exposed many occasions where Non Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) have been used as an attempt to prevent employees speaking out about sexual harassment in the workplace. The difficulty for employers is there are no minimum requirements as to how they should act to prevent and deal with such behaviour in the first…

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25/02/2020

Anticipated surge in gifts in wills can benefit charities of all sizes

Charities of all sizes need to look to the long term as well as short term fundraising projects, according to Thursfields Solicitors. Senior associate solicitor Katherine Ellis, who previously spent three years in London working as a solicitor and legacy manager with the British Heart Foundation, said it was not just big national charities that…

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