When buying a property we will guide and support you throughout your purchase ensuring you understand your legal rights and obligations.
Everyone buying a property has to go through the conveyancing process. Conveyancing is the legal work that is carried out between your offer being accepted, you and the seller exchanging contracts as well as the completion of the sale. A conveyancing solicitor’s responsibilities include local search, land charges search, advising on land registry and stamp duty. Every house purchase is different; we always work with your best interests in mind and will deal with the land registry, stamp duty charges and payments, drawing up and assessing contracts, providing expert legal advice as well as excellent customer service.
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Providing your identification documents may seem like a tedious ‘tick box’ to do task. However, with the increasing burden on law firms to identify, and establish, who their clients are this is an exercise that is a very serious matter and should not be taken lightly. This ‘red-tape’ requirement is not your solicitor being difficult…Read full news story
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When purchasing a property ensure you update your Will to include this asset. If you don’t have a Will in place we strongly recommend making one.Wills and Lifetime Planning
There is a lot to consider when jointly purchasing a property. It is often a difficult conversation to have but it is important to set out what would happen in the eventuality that one of you can no longer afford or have party to the property.Buying a Property in Joint Names
We were particularly pleased with the promptness in responding to queries and regular updates on progress. A professional and competent approach underlined by regular personal contact and thoroughness in completing work to schedule.
What is bumping? Bumping is a term that is heard of when talking, primarily about redundancy situations. To put it in simple terms bumping is a process of moving a potentially redundant employee (A) into another role and dismissing the employee currently performing that role (B). Therefore, for it to be a true bumping situation…Read full news story