When selling a property we will guide and support you throughout your sale ensuring you understand your legal rights and obligations.
Everyone selling a home has to go through the conveyancing process. Conveyancing is the legal work that is carried out between the offer being accepted, you and the buyer exchanging contracts, as well as the completion of the sale. When selling a property, at the point you appoint your Estate Agent you may not think it is necessary to consult your Conveyancer, but you should appoint a Conveyancer as soon as possible in case the sale is agreed quickly. Getting your papers together now is likely to save time later, when a sale is agreed, so there is nothing to lose (but quite a lot to gain) by contacting your Conveyancer at the earliest opportunity. We always work with your best interests in mind and are on hand throughout the process to answer your questions.
Property owners selling homes at a profit have less than a month to complete before a new Capital Gains Tax (CGT) regime comes in that means the tax must be paid within 30 days. Thursfields Solicitors is reminding sellers that new rules introduced by the Finance Act 2019 mean that CGT must be paid much…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
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backed by advice from Thursfields… With the nation’s pubs shut down by the coronavirus outbreak, one family-owned Herefordshire cider-maker is moving to direct online sales to protect jobs and the future of the business. Based on the farm in Bishops Frome their family has run for more than a century, Sue Vaughan and her brother…Read full news story
Thursfields Solicitors has issued further guidance to commercial tenants following Royal Assent for the Coronavirus Act 2020. Tony Gibb, Director and Head of the Commercial Property team said: “The Government has acted swiftly to try and protect commercial tenants, with the intention of securing continuity for high street and other businesses when the current restrictions…Read full news story