Are your rental properties in good repair? Landlords are advised to check that their properties meet expected repair standards to avoid being sued by tenants from this March onwards. A new law giving private and social tenants the right to force their landlords to keep their homes fit for habitation comes into force on 20 […]
Many families will have to pay more for probate from next April, following fee increases by the Ministry of Justice.
Landlords looking to serve a Section 21 notice to tenants need to be aware of a change to the rules, say Jones & Co Solicitors.
If you believe an elderly or unwell family member changed their will without fully understanding this, you may have the right to challenge it.
If you registered a Lasting or Enduring Power of Attorney with the Office of the Public Guardian between 1st April 2013 and 31st March 2017 you might be entitled to a partial refund of the registration fee.
A team from Jones & Co Solicitors is set to run like the wind for a third year in a row.
Unable to agree on a boundary line between your land and a neighbour’s? If you’re considering legal action, dispute resolution may save you a huge amount of time and cost.
Being fond of our homes is one thing, but being unwilling to move when down-sizing is sensible, both financially and practically, is another.
The number of County Court Judgments (CCJs) has increased, damaging more people’s chances of getting a mortgage or other credit.
Increasing numbers of people are representing themselves in court, yet only 45% say they understand what is said there.