Conveyancing Explained

Posted on: 23 June 2021

If you are in the market for a house or you are selling your own property, this article will help you understand how conveyancing works — what it is and why it is important. In legal jargon, conveyancing is the process of transferring property from one owner to another. The seller transfers ownership to a buyer by signing over their title to them, often through a solicitor. Certifying the title
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4 Will Preparation Tips

Posted on: 15 March 2021

Writing a will can be quite challenging. More often than not, testators do not know where to start or what to include in their wills. Below is an extract discussing some will preparation tips that you should consider.  Appraise Your Estate You will need to appraise your estate to determine the value of your assets. As you appraise your estate, it would be in your best interests to settle any debts that might befall your beneficiaries once you pass away.
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3 Subtle Areas Where a Divorce Lawyer Helps Spouses

Posted on: 15 December 2020

Divorcing your partner of many years can be emotionally stressful, especially for middle-aged couples. You wonder whether you will manage to pick up the pieces and move on or crumble under the psychological storm that comes with divorce. However, you need a clear head throughout the process, and this is where a competent lawyer comes in handy. Other than the traditional roles of a lawyer, such as division of assets and setting of child custody terms, a divorce lawyer can help you in other different ways.
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Essential Considerations When Selecting a Domestic Abuse Attorney

Posted on: 14 August 2020

Looking for a lawyer can be challenging, especially when it touches on domestic abuse. Domestic violence cuts across genders; anyone can be victims or perpetrators. Whether the abuse is physical or sexual, the consequences are dire since they might see someone behind bars and ostracised socially or professionally. Notably, domestic abuse cases are not common in a court of law, which undermines an accused person's ability to find the best attorney.
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