Poppi Herald talks about her work and explains what it is like to be an apprentice Legal Assistant with The Law Practice (UK) Ltd. What made you choose an apprenticeship and what is your current role? For years I have known law is my destined career. I find the subject so fascinating yet so vast […]Continue reading
The Law Practice UK Ltd is delighted to announce the official opening of its 4th office in Stratford Upon Avon. Stratford upon Avon is set in the beautiful rural countryside of Warwickshire and is most famous for its association with William Shakespeare. Shakespeare was born in 1564 in a half-timbered house on Henley Street. He attended […]Continue reading
Landlords should now be familiar with the prescribed legal requirements introduced by the Deregulation Act 2015 that must be provided before they are able to serve a Section 21 Notice. These are namely – The requirement to provide the ‘How to Rent Guide’ -The requirement to provide an energy performance certificate (EPC) to a tenant […]Continue reading
What is a declaration of trust? A declaration of trust is a document that confirms the proportions in which two or more individuals own a property. If two or more people are purchasing a property together they may want to purchase as tenants in common. This declaration of trust for tenants in common records each […]Continue reading
We are pleased to announce we have been awarded highly commended status at the Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2017 in the category of Conveyancing Firm Of The Year.
Asset Rich and Cash Poor? Equity Release could be an option – Here’s what you need to know. The economic outlook for many people is rather daunting. We can now expect to live longer and as such will need to contribute a lot more towards our retirement. Many people in retirement find themselves in the […]Continue reading
A gifted deposit is any amount that somebody (usually bank of mum or dad) gives a home buyer towards their deposit or gifts them the entire deposit. More and more people are relying on gifted deposits to get a mortgage, but what does this mean for you? Here at The Law Practice, we ask for […]Continue reading