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.
Expert property lawyer, Darren Cox of Thursfields Solicitors has highlighted a potential problem with the government’s new plans to finance the removal of unsafe cladding on blocks of flats. Darren was commenting after Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick announced that flammable materials will be removed from buildings over 18m high “at no cost to residents”, but…Read full news story
Julian was admitted as a Solicitor in 1993 having qualified as both a Fellow in the Institute of Legal Executives and also as a Licensed Conveyancer. Julian’s expertise covers all areas of property related matters comprising both freehold and leasehold properties for first time buyers, buy to let investors and for those who have done…
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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
I think you should know we are all very impressed with how you keep us updated during the sales process. We would never hesitate in recommending your firm to our clients.
In England and Wales, if you made a will while you were married and then you get divorced, your divorce can alter the terms of your will. Although your will remains valid after divorce, your ex-spouse will no longer be able to benefit from it, unless you have expressly stated otherwise. They will also no…Read full news story
One of the senior leaders at Thursfields Solicitors has been invited and appointed to the board of Solihull Business and Improvement District (BID). Helena Morrissey, the director of Employment & HR Law department at Thursfields, said she was looking forward to bringing her experience to the BID’s board to help it meet the needs of…Read full news story