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.
It is reported that the government is looking at changing requirements around witnessing a Will in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak. Currently a Will must be signed by the testator in the presence of two independent witnesses, but the Ministry of Justice is consulting with the Law Society to consider relaxing the signing requirements….Read full news story
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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.
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.
Thursfields has advised the management team of Smartbox on its joint venture with AIM-listed CareTech Holdings plc and acquisition of Malvern based Smartbox Assistive Technology and Sensory Software International. Corporate director Gareth Burge led the team and was supported by Joe Rollins (solicitor, corporate), Reece De-Vaney (solicitor, corporate) and Helena Morrisey (head of employment). The…Read full news story
People facing divorce proceedings may be concerned about how the COVID-19 pandemic may affect dealing with financial settlements, in particular those involving business assets. Below we explore some of the most frequently asked questions: I am getting divorced. Will COVID-19 affect how my finances are dealt with by the courts? There has been no change…Read full news story