Conveyancing clients often get confused when they are interested in buying a flat which has a 'share of freehold'. T he 'share of freehold' aspect is u...
Every adult has the right to manage his or her own money and affairs. Sometimes, however, our ability to do this decreases as we grow older. Whether this is caused by illness, disability, or an accident, there are a number of practical steps you can take to prepare for this.If this describes your situation, or that of someone close to you, you should consider getting legal advice. We can help by encouraging you to get your affairs in order and make your wishes for the future known.
This may involve anything from writing a will to choosing someone to take power of attorney (legal authority to act for you) over your financial affairs, if this is necessary.This can lighten the burden on relatives or carers who might otherwise find it difficult to make complicated decisions on your behalf.
Where there is not enough time to take these precautionary steps, or if a person is already ‘incapacitated’ and unable to handle their own financial affairs, it is usually the relatives of the person who need advice. In these circumstances there are a number of options available. One of these options is to contact the Court of Protection, which can make arrangements for managing the person’s financial affairs.Read more...
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kenneth elliott + rowe solicitors are a Legall 500 recommended law firm located in Romford, Essex - our lawyers act for clients in Romford, Hornchurch, Upminster, Ilford, Brentwood and the remainder of East London and Essex but our client base extends into London and beyond covering a wide range of private and commercial legal work. If you need a first class solicitor or lawyer please contact us.
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kenneth elliott + rowe is featured in the Legal 500 and are considered to be the tier one ranked commercial property solicitor firm in Essex.Read more...
The Commercial Property Department at Kenneth Elliott + Rowe is regarded as a clear leader in Essex in this field and has consistently been so rated by Legal 500. The core all have extensive central London firm experience.
The department handles commercial property transactions for London Boroughs, Hospital Trusts, several high street multiple retailers, national charities, owners, developers and operators of trade parks and industrial estates, Seedbed Centres and other property users, and deals with a full range of property activities ranging from routine acquisition and leasing transactions to large scale site assembly and disposal. The team is also increasingly instructed by residential developers, care home operators, offshore trusts and banks.
After a few recent cases on Tenancy Deposits favouring landlords the initial warnings about failing to comply with the legislation have dropped off th...
Customer care, professional standards and excellent client service are all hallmarks of The Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS). The ...
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