Most people find the process of buying a house complicated and difficult to understand, with paperwork and lots of industry jargon meaning that they have little idea what the process actually entails. Continue reading →
Healys LLP in conjunction with Perchstone & Graeys, David & Stone Wealth Management and GlenQ Private Wealth Limited recently hosted a Private Client Workshop “Achieving Thriving Succession & Estate Planning Solutions in an Ever-evolving World”. Continue reading →
Squatting of residential property became a criminal offence in September 2012 and can result in a fine of up to £5000 and / or imprisonment for up to 6 months. The police will attend a squatted residential property and forcibly evict the squatters. Continue reading →
There are rare opportunities in life to effectively turn back the clock and recreate history. One of these rarities exists in the ability of the beneficiaries of a deceased to effectively rewrite the will of the testator, or if he or she died intestate to write what was previously unwritten. Continue reading →
Michael Ellis, of Healys’ insolvency law team in London, looks at a High Court judgement regarding Company Voluntary Agreements and the successful challenge of a CVA put forward by directors of an East Sussex-based airline. Continue reading →
This is a guideline intended for clients of the firm who are interested in investing in SIPP properties.
If you haven’t already, you will need to speak to an independent financial adviser if you wish to obtain further information about SIPPs. As solicitors, we are not authorised to give financial advice to our clients. Continue reading →