02 Feb 2016
Partner Michelle Collins, head of our Wills, Probate & Estate Planning team, takes a brief look at the things you need to consider if you want to make a Will.
15 Jan 2016
Partner Philippa Rudd looks takes a look at property boundaries, both in relation to a property purchase and maintenance of fences or walls...
14 Jan 2016
I am a property investor and I am concerned about the changes announced in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement. I was hoping to buy a flat “off plan” for rentals soon. How will the changes affect landlords please?
05 Jan 2016
See our feature on Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) and Inheritance Tax as featured in the Eastern Daily Press - together with our Special Offer of 50% price reduction on LPAs in January.
07 Dec 2015
We have been saving for a house deposit; how much is actually required for a purchase?
09 Nov 2015
I have been with my partner for some time. We live together, but the house is in my sole name. We are not married. Please let me know the legal issues with transferring the property to our joint names.
29 Oct 2015
Read the Eastern Daily Press double page spread article about this year's Lloyd Addison's Moveable Feast in aid of Parkinson's UK.
19 Oct 2015
We are delighted to announce that a record breaking £18,635.84 was raised for Parkinson's UK at this year's Moveable Feast, which the firm was proud to sponsor for a fifth consective year.
19 Oct 2015
We are pleased to announce that Chartered Legal Executive Rebecca Edwards has accepted the firm’s offer to become a partner.
13 Oct 2015
Recent research by Alzheimer’s Research UK warns that one in three babies born this year is likely to develop the condition at some point in their life. Dementia is an issue that more and more of us will have to deal with – because we suffer from it, or our loved ones do. While this is indeed a sobering thought, there is a legal document called a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) that can hugely help in such a situation.