Helen Clutterbuck

Where should my title deeds be registered?

Helen Clutterbuck - September 1st 2015 no comments
When buying property to rent out, it is important that the title deeds registered at the Land Registry contain the correct address of the owner, and not the address of the property being rented out.
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Family and divorce - head of Family and Divorce - Simon Gledhill

“Pension Freedom” and the Divorce settlement

Simon Gledhill - August 19th 2015 no comments
Pension assets always come under consideration in divorce settlements. Courts have powers to make Pension Sharing Orders transferring a percentage of one spouse’s pension fund into a pension for the other.
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Wills & Estate Planning Solicitor Blackburn - Victoria Taylor

New Inheritance Tax relief for the family home

Victoria Taylor - August 7th 2015 no comments
In the Summer Budget last month, the Chancellor, George Osborne, announced the introduction of an additional Inheritance Tax Relief for the family home
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John Hunter - Napthens Solicitors

Guide to restrictive covenants

John Hunter - July 23rd 2015 no comments
You may be interested in, or in the process of, purchasing a property which is affected by restrictive covenants. Covenants can affect your current and future use of a property.
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Family and divorce - head of Family and Divorce - Simon Gledhill

Spousal Maintenance – Whose side are you on?

Simon Gledhill - July 10th 2015 no comments
The Court of Appeal recently told an ex-wife to “get a job” and that she had no right to be supported for life by her ex-husband.
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Wills and Probate - head of Wills and Probate - Kathryn Harwood

How can I make the move to a care home easier for a loved one?

Kathryn Harwood - July 3rd 2015 no comments
One of the most difficult decisions to make is acknowledging that one is no longer able to manage at home and needs to move into residential care.
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