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Sarah Barnes

Property sellers face a ‘knotty’ issue

Napthens - April 23rd 2015 no comments
Sellers are required to disclose information on the property forms provided to their buyer, as to whether their property is affected by the Japanese knotweed plant.
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Wills & Estate Planning Solicitor Blackburn - Victoria Taylor

The end of the road for Will changes after death?

Victoria Taylor - April 21st 2015 no comments
As part of a drive to claw back £3.1billion lost through tax avoidance, the chancellor George Osborne recently announced a review of Deeds of Variation.
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Sarah Barnes

Prevent delays on your leasehold property purchase

Sarah Barnes - April 13th 2015 no comments
As experienced property lawyers we are well aware of the obstacles which can arise when buying a leasehold property, which can lead to delays and frustrations for all parties.
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Helen Lucking

Deal with the finances at time of divorce

Helen Lucking - March 26th 2015 no comments
The importance of ensuring that financial arrangements are dealt with properly at the time of divorce has been highlighted by the recent case of Wyatt and Vince in the news.
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Steph Kerr

Is a Will valid?

Stephanie Kerr - March 4th 2015 no comments
It is always a difficult time when a loved one passes away but the upset of dealing with their affairs can be far worse when there are concerns about the validity of a Will.
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Kathryn Harwood

Tax evasion or avoidance?

Kathryn Harwood - February 17th 2015 no comments
Much is being made in the run up to the forthcoming general election about tax evasion and tax avoidance.
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