Our Conveyancing team are really going the extra mile to continue providing high quality service to all of our clients during this difficult time. Below is a post from Crane & Co estate agents of Barwells Solicitor Niall Doherty working remotely from home.
During these difficult times our priority is the health of our staff and clients and the continuation of our legal services for all of our clients.
In light of the advice and policies adopted by the government we have implemented a number of measures to try to mitigate risk while still maintaining a high level of service for our clients.
While we are usually delighted to welcome clients to meet with us at our office premises we will be reducing the number of visitors to our offices for the time being and so you may find that you are asked to deal with us by email or phone more often than normal.
We will endeavour to keep information about any further action that we may be forced to take on our website so please do check regularly.
Thank you for your understanding, on behalf of all at Barwells we extend our very best wishes for your health and wellbeing as this unprecedented situation unfolds.
We would like to congratulate our very own Josh Elliott-Noye, who has qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive. Josh joined the firm in 2015 and specialises in all aspects of family law including divorce, the resolution of financial matters on divorce, separation agreements and resolving any disputes over children of the family.
Whether you are a seasoned property investor or you are selling your property for the first time, one of the most important documents you will have to fill in during the process is the Property Information Form. As the name suggests, this form contains information about the property’s ownership, boundaries, disputes, compliance with building regulations and other factors affecting the property. The Form forms part of the contract and is binding on the seller, therefore all the information provided has to be to the seller’s best knowledge.