19 Nov 2019
Ashlie Cox, Trainee Solicitor, takes a look at the key points to consider when buying property at auction.
19 Nov 2019
Claire Nelson, an Associate in our Wills department, considers what happens if the partner with whom you cohabit dies - and you don't have a Will in place...
15 Nov 2019
We were delighted to facilitate a cooking demonstration for clients of local brain injury charity, Headway Norfolk & Waveney, at The Dial House on Wednesday 13th November.
Five members of Headway’s Independent Living Skills cooking sessions were shown how to plan and prepare bespoke meals that promote a healthy diet after brain injury. Each attendee faces specific challenges due to their brain injury; Executive Chef, Andrew Jones, liaised with Headway’s Senior Occupational Therapist, Angela Page, to tailor recipes to each individual
Andrew Jones said:
23 Oct 2019
Leanne Riches, Chartered Legal Executive, highlights the 30 November deadline for new Help to Buy ISAs..
02 Oct 2019
We are thrilled to announce that Lloyd Addison’s Moveable Feast, which we have sponsored for the past nine years, has raised a total of £24,500 for Parkinson’s UK.
In the closest result since the event started twenty years ago, The Black Horse on Earlham Road just pipped The Coach and Horses and Prime to claim the coveted Best Restaurant title, as voted for by Feasters on the night.
Jane Anderson, Senior Partner, Cozens-Hardy LLP:
25 Sep 2019
It’s nearly six months since mixed-sex couples in England and Wales have been able to choose to enter into a civil partnership rather than getting married. For those of you interested in the legal detail, the change stems from the Supreme Court ruling of Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan in October 2018…
24 Sep 2019
We are delighted to welcome two new Trainee Solicitors to the firm.
Ashlie Cox (pictured on the left) attained her Law Degree from Nottingham Trent University and went on to study for her LPC (Legal Practice Course) part-time while working full-time as a legal secretary within the agricultural/private client department of a local law firm. Ashlie starts her training contract in our busy residential property department.
24 Sep 2019
From 6th April 2020, all Capital Gains Tax (CGT) due following the disposal of a residential property will have to be paid within 30 days of the completion date. The new rules will affect individuals, trustees and personal representatives. Failure to pay on time will result in HMRC imposing interest and potential penalties. It’s important to note that this new deadline will apply even where no money has changed hands – eg when a property is gifted to a member of the family or put into trust.
21 Sep 2019
Your pension and what to do with it is a hot topic these days, especially with the changes allowing lump sums to be withdrawn early.
Many pensioners are investing their pension in property – primarily, residential property. People tend to be more comfortable with residential property because many of us have owned houses and believe that it is the most straightforward option available.
However, if you are looking to invest in property there is an alternative…
21 Sep 2019
If you've inherited a house, there's a lot to deal with and often quite big decisions to be made. Partner Michelle Collins outlines the things you need to consider, including your tax implications...