How can we agree on who the children spend Christmas with?

Kim Busby - December 16th 2016 no comments
Christmas, school holidays and special occasions can be particularly difficult for separated parents. Whether you are thinking of separating, are already separated, divorced or remarried, it can often be difficult to agree arrangements in relation to the children spending time with both sides of their family.
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What do I need to know about ISAs?

David Hardman - December 5th 2016 no comments
You can contribute up to £15,240 to an ISA in the 2016/17 tax year. Cash that you withdraw from a flexible ISA can be replaced during the same tax year without counting towards your annual ISA allowance, which is known as ‘ISA flexibility’.
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Flood warning for your new home

Helen Clutterbuck - November 29th 2016 no comments
The winter weather is well and truly upon us and as a result, there are certain areas of the country that will be on high flood alert due to the heavy downpours.
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Nicole Chrisham - solicitor - Residential Property

What does a local search reveal?

Nicole Chrisham - November 16th 2016 no comments
When purchasing a property, especially when you are purchasing with the assistance of a mortgage, it is advisable to obtain a search pack. This includes a local search, water and drainage information, environmental and flood searches.
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How do Wills solicitors assist charities?

Georgina Smith - October 26th 2016 no comments
Here at Napthens we are fortunate to work with many charities from local to national projects and a charitable legacy within your Will can be a way of supporting a charity close to your heart.
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Nicole Chrisham - solicitor - Residential Property

The hidden fees of leasehold properties

Nicole Chrisham - September 30th 2016 no comments
Buying a property can be a stressful and expensive process. As buyers, you will not want to receive any nasty surprises in the form of hidden or additional fees you had not budgeted for.
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