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By z4027672030, Oct 14 2015 11:05AM
As a result of new legislative changes coming into force from October 1, the current debt threshold at which creditors can serve a statutory demand is to rise from £750 to £5000. What this means for commercial landlords is that, in order to recover debts totalling less than £5000, they will now need to pursue court judgements and subsequent enforcement action.
By z4027672030, Oct 7 2015 09:20AM
This month, Taylors Solicitors are one of the solicitors in Devon taking part in Free Wills Month, which gives members of the public who are 55 and over the opportunity to create or update their will free of charge. Instead of paying the solicitors’ fees, all that is required is a voluntary donation to one of the charities involved in the scheme.
By z4027672030, Oct 2 2015 03:03PM
Having heard 97 cases in 2013, the number of will disputes heard at the High Court has almost doubled in a year to 178 probate disputes in 2014, with the rise attributed to issues such as second marriages and surging property prices.
By z4027672030, Oct 2 2015 09:06AM
If you’re ever looking to either buy or sell a property, one of the main steps you will need to take is going through the process of conveyancing. Conveyancing involves both legal and administrative work which leads to the person buying the property owning it legally. Though it is possible to carry it out yourself, in order to ensure the work is carried out properly and to a high standard, it is recommended that you consult a qualified conveyancer to carry out the work for you.
By z4027672030, Sep 25 2015 11:44AM
Changes to the way Lasting Power of Attorney laws work have been introduced this summer, and are designed to encourage people to take a more proactive approach towards preparing these documents for themselves.
A Lasting Power of Attorney enables people to give a person they trust the legal authority to make decisions on their behalf concerning their health and welfare or financial affairs, if at some point they come to lack mental capacity or no longer wish to make decisions for themselves.