Unlike freehold buildings, leasehold properties have a certain number of years contained in their lease. The longer the lease the more valuable your property is.
If the term of your lease starts to drop towards 80 years, you need to consider extending it. Once the term of your lease dips below the 80 year threshold, the cost of extending your lease becomes markedly more expensive. This article explains why and tells you what else you need to know about extending your lease.
On the anniversary of the year women were first permitted to vote our Employment Law specialist Deborah Francis provides us with her insight on how women are being treated in the workplace 100 years later.
Trusts, you may think, are the preserve of the ultra-wealthy or those juggling money between tropical islands – but that’s not always the case, not even often! The majority of trusts that lawyers deal with are simple but powerful ways to protect money or assets for those you care about. I’ll give you the barest sketch of what a trust is and three examples of how trusts can help you in your Wills.
It is often perceived to be the case that it is simply not financially proportionate to engage a legal professional for certain litigious matters, especially those on the Small Claims track due to the inherent difficulties in costs recovery save for a few exceptions.