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Another success for our Dispute Resolution Team

Our expert Dispute Resolution team regularly help landlords with tenant disputes - here's what a new client had to say about our services in his 5-star review on Trustpilot "Never having had to use a Solicitor before, I approached...

Does your supply agreement cover everything you need?

A supply agreement sets out the terms and protects the rights of both parties under the supply contract.  So, whether you are buying or selling it is important to understand your obligations and be confident that you can meet them. A well drafted...

Three good reasons for a Supply Agreement

Do you really need a written Supply Agreement?  Muneeb Dean, Head of our Company Commercial team, looks at the three top reasons why you do. To protect your interests - When you enter into any type of commercial contract you want everything to run...

Where there's a will . . .

. . . there could still be arguments . . . . . . as Mary Jane Cowan discovered when her husband died in 2016.   Michael Cowan, the man who invented the black bin-liner, left his £16m Estate in the control of Will trustees, with the intention...

Problems with Executors or Administrators?

Janet Moreton, a speci​alist solicitor in disputed probate – gives some sound, practical advice. What if you are a beneficiary under an Estate or Will, and are becoming frustrated at the time the Executor or Administrator is taking to deal with...

Problems unpicking finances

Unpicking the financial side of a separation can be a minefield, with many people facing the reality that they don't know the value of their own assets, let alone those of their partner or spouse. Changes in pension and investment regulations...

End of the Blame Game?

Could "no fault" divorce end the blame game? Legislation for no fault divorce will be introduced as soon as parliamentary time becomes available to end the “blame game” in marital breakdowns, the Justice Secretary, David Gauke,...

What are Permitted Development Rights?

Permitted Development Rights are rights to make certain changes to a building without the need to apply for planning permission.  They derive from a general planning permission granted by Parliament rather than from permission granted by the Local...

Planning Permission in Principle

Thinking about developing a site for residential purposes? Do you know about permission in principle (PiP)? PiP came into force on 1 st June 2018 and is an alternative way of obtaining planning consent for a housing-led development which is arguably...

Why every parent should have a will

Less than half of all adults have a will, and the number drops even more for parents with young children, yet it is the one legal document every parent should have. The most compelling reason for a parent to have a will is to be able to nominate a guardian...
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