From April 6th, changes to the government’s Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 came into effect in England and Wales
The Buyer’s and Seller’s Property Information form (BASPI), which was introduced to replace the Home Information Packs (HIPs), has been revised to include more details, the Law Gazette reports.
Undergoing a divorce can be an extremely difficult time for all concerned, including both partners, any children they have and their wider families. It is for that reason that legislation has been passed with broad support from politicians and the legal sector alike...
The consumer rights group Which? has called for an urgent reform of the Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) system, which they say is no longer fit for purpose.
Divorcing couples have been encouraged to discuss their disputes amicably, thanks to additional investment to the government’s mediation scheme.
Mediation is a broad, civil process that is used to settle disputes between two different parties, which can be individuals, businesses or organisational groups without necessarily needing to go to court.
The building society Nationwide reports that average house prices have continued to rise for the sixth consecutive month, reaching £255,556.
New year is a time for making resolutions and while many pledges to join a gym or take up a new hobby don’t make it to February, there are some more practical goals that can not only be fulfilled, but come with implications that could literally last beyond your own...
Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has voluntarily given formal commitments to the CMA to remove terms from leasehold contracts that cause ground rents to double in price every ten years.
One major concern for many people when considering divorce is the financial side. With professional help, this won’t be an issue.