Have a look at our informative legal guides to help you feel prepared.
Free Wills Month takes place twice a year in the UK, in both March and October. It is a scheme run by a number of charities and legal firms to encourage people to make a will. During this time, participating solicitors offer to write or update a simple will for free.
Whilst you might be looking for a general solicitor for legal advice, you’ll find there are lots of specialists who might be able to help.
The costs of buying commercial property don’t end with the purchase price. From taxes to operating costs, there are a wide range of additional costs associated with buying commercial property. You’ll need to factor these into your budget.
It is advisable, for both landlords and tenants, to obtain professional legal advice when setting up a new lease. The lease is a type of contract which sets out the terms on which the tenant may occupy the landlord’s commercial property. So, it is essential that it is appropriate for the parties’ needs and circumstances.
Equity release is the ability to free up the equity from your property, whilst you continue to live in it. For many people, their property is their biggest asset, but all their savings are tied up in it. So, how can equity release work for you?
When you own a property with someone, you may choose to transfer full ownership to either yourself or the other person. The process has a lot of moving parts, so it's best to be prepared. Here's your step by step guide on what the transfer of equity process entails.
You may need a child arrangements order if you and your ex-partner can't reach an agreement about how to share responsibility of your children. Here’s everything you need to know, from why you might need the order, to how to apply.
How much does a divorce cost? The answer depends on various factors, including the value of your belongings and the level of agreement you can reach with your ex-partner.
When a person lacks the mental capacity to make decisions for themselves, it’s time to consider applying to the Court of Protection for deputyship. If the court grants your request, you can make choices for the person and handle their finances and well-being.