Most disputes regarding property ownership happen between unmarried couples or co-owners in a more general context. Here’s how thinking ahead now can prevent such (often [...]Read more How can we prevent legal disputes over jointly owned property? Preparation is key!
As co-owners of your new property, you will hold the legal title (this means the names which will appear on the Deeds) as “Joint Tenants”. However, the legal title does [...]Read more Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common- what is the difference?
We are seeking an experienced Conveyancing Assistant/Secretary to support the fee earners in our bustling and friendly conveyancing department. The ideal candidate will have [...]Read more Experienced Conveyancing Assistant/Secretary Required
In 2015 the Law Society was announced the launch of Veyo, a leading-edge conveyancing web portal was to be launched on 26 May 2015. The aim of Veyo was to allow all parties in [...]Read more Paperless Conveyancing: the Rise and Fall of Veyo
“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes”, this indeed seems to apply in light of the new laws to be implemented on buy-to-lets and second [...]Read more Death of The Buy to Let: New Government Measures
So you’ve found your perfect home, in the perfect area at the perfect price, but are you fully aware of what you need to know before making what may very well be the biggest [...]Read more 5 things you need to know before buying your new home
Most people will begin buying their new home at the same time as selling their existing home. This process can be repeated a number of times forming what is commonly called a [...]Read more Should I sell my home before buying a new one?