Families can be challenging at the best of times. And when you’re working together in the family business – or dividing up interests - it’s very easy for tempers to flare and professional working relationships to be overcome by old sibling rivalries and resentments.
Delays and late performance under a contract can be enormously frustrating. Maybe a payment deadline has been missed or another business you’ve been working with has failed to deliver goods or services.
Lisa Hollamby who works in the firm’s conveyancing department has written a poem which has been chosen by Blackpool and Fylde College to feature on their showcase video below.
According to the Federation of Small Businesses, one in three payments due to SMEs is paid late.
Conveyancing Assistant / Paralegal – Residential Conveyancing
Going through the process of divorce is not something that many of us repeat. So, it’s a fresh experience for most people and that can mean a lot of unknowns. These common divorce law questions might seem obvious but, because divorce is such unchartered territory, they still need answering.
As we all know, moving home is one of life’s biggest upheavals ranking alongside divorce and death in terms of the stress that it can bring into someone’s life. However, it can also open the door to a new home and it doesn’t have to be the pressured and stressful experience that many make it out to be.
We are currently recruiting for roles in our family and conveyancing departments.
Given the cost involved, it’s not surprising that many of us buy with someone else, often a partner. But how do you protect all the blood, sweat and tears that has gone in to that investment if it all goes wrong?
As a nation we are increasingly aware of the problems of an ageing population. This is particularly so with respect to what happens to us if we’re not able to make decisions for ourselves. Living Wills and Powers of Attorney are two solutions to this issue.