Home & property
Buying a home is an exciting time. It can also be an anxious time and our team is here to help you through each stage of the transaction
The process for purchasing a residential investment property is very similar to buying your own home.
We are here to make each stage of a conveyancing transaction as straight-forward as possible.
If you have been supplied with goods or services which haven’t come up to scratch then contact us.
If you are involved in a dispute about a breach of a contract then contact us as you will need expert advice from an experienced dispute resolution lawyer.
Whether it’s a bedsit or a country estate, and whether you are a buyer, seller, landlord or tenant, property is a personal issue and that’s where our approach is special.
A declaration of trust is a document which records how a property is to be owned by joint owners.
When the buyer and seller are happy with the contents of the sale and purchase contract, they each sign copies of it.
We can help prepare a suitable tenancy agreement or licence to cover letting a property as a whole under an assured shorthold tenancy agreement or taking in a lodger to help pay the mortgage.
We can advise on any implications that your relationship breakdown may have regarding your property.
An increasing recognition of the emotional and financial costs of legal disputes has raised the profile of alternative methods of resolving disputes.
When you mortgage or re-mortgage your property, we advise on the terms of your offer, the requirements of the lender and the procedures involved.
Once an offer has been accepted on a property, legal documents need to be prepared to transfer the ownership.
You may be concerned about noise, disturbance, overlooking, loss of light. Your concerns might only affect your property; they might be shared by several of your neighbours
Sometimes the sale and purchase of a house may not go according to plan and the deal falls through before exchange of contracts.
There is no such thing as common law husband and wife and couples who separate do not have an automatic claim against the other