Welcome to our blog, where we share our legal knowledge and insights on a range of topics to help you stay informed and make informed decisions.
Five areas to consider when leasing commercial property
The UK commercial property rental market is predicted to look strong for at least the next five years. Latest Statista figures forecast growth in rentals between 2023 and 2027 across…Read More
Understanding Unfair Dismissal
If you’re facing an employment related legal issue, you’re not alone. We understand that dealing with employment law can be overwhelming, whether you’re the employer or the employee. Unfair dismissal…Read More
How Long Does a Power of Attorney Last?
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is the most common form of Power of Attorney, granting someone legal permission to make financial and medical decisions on your behalf should you…Read More
What is Joint Tenancy?
In this blog, we’ll unravel the intricacies of property co-ownership, specifically the difference between ‘Joint Tenancy’ or ‘Tenants in Common’, and how these choices can profoundly affect your ownership experience.…Read More
A guide to some of the most impactful UK law cases
In the ever-evolving landscape of the UK legal system, certain cases shape the course of legislation and set crucial precedents for future judgements. Join us as we journey through some…Read More
A guide to civil litigation
Are you facing a legal disagreement or problem? We know that dealing with legal matters can feel overwhelming, especially if you’re not familiar with the world of law. In just…Read More
What is probate and when is it required?
In the first three months of 2023, the Family Court saw 69,208 applications for probate grants, up 12% compared to the first quarter of 2022. Notably, the court managed to…Read More
A guide to wills and remarriage
Did you know the most recent ONS government figures on marriage and divorce show that the number of people to remarry in the UK has remained largely the same since…Read More
The difference between exchange and completion
In short, an ‘exchange’ is an exchange of contract whereby the buyer and seller are legally obligated to carry out the property sale. Whereas ‘completion’ takes place after contracts have…Read More
A guide to the conveyancing process when buying property
With over 4.5 billion people worldwide now on social media, we are constantly bombarded with people’s opinions, views and even fake news on various matters. While it’s insightful to hear…Read More