It has been widely reported that the number of couples seeking divorce in the UK has risen during the pandemic.
With interest in moving home due to increase again following the lockdown, we have a look at what conveyancing is, and why you need it.
It’s clearer than ever that there is no time like the present to get your affairs in order and get a will sorted, no matter the scale or size of your estate or the beneficiaries of it.
Reports show that there has been a “significant decline” in enquiries and searches for will writing in the final two weeks of May.
Homebuyers who are in the process of purchasing a property, with the help from conveyancing solicitors in Epsom, might be inclined to complete the transaction as quickly as possible, after it was revealed that real estate values have increased over the last year....
Being cooped up with your spouse for weeks on end is likely to have proved challenging for even the most secure married couple, which is why some experts believe there could be a surge in demand for divorce solicitors in Epsom during lockdown. However, it is not just...
Some courts have seen a fivefold increase family cases in the last couple of weeks, with courts now having to operate remotely on Skype or over the phone.
If the coronavirus pandemic has made you take stock a little and perhaps made you think that you need to get your affairs in order, just in case something does happen in the future, you may well have already come across notarial services and notary publics… but you...
There has been an increase in the number of people seeking assistance with writing their Will since the start of the Coronavirus crisis, it has been reported. The Independent revealed that legal firms all over the UK have reported “dramatic increases” in the number of...
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