We understand that going through divorce or separation is painful and scary. The legal process can seem difficult and intimidating. Added to this is the unknown factor of how expensive it is going to be.
The ‘no fault’ divorce becomes law under the terms of the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 in April this year, meaning that couples will be able to get a divorce without having to blame the other person for what went wrong. If you are separated and planning to divorce, the question is – should you wait?
When you purchase a leasehold property you agree to lease that property from the freeholder for a certain number of years. This term can be increased by extending your lease. A lease can be extended at any time, and a longer lease comes with many benefits.
Buying property can be a daunting experience, especially if you are a first time buyer. At Amphlett Lissimore, we always aim to take the stress out of buying your first home by guiding you through the process and explaining what’s going on without any of the legal jargon.