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Checking Legal Title For Conveyancing Purposes
A title check is often mentioned in the conveyancing process but what is it and what are the conveyancers looking for?
The Cost Of Making Assumptions
When accessing an employee’s medical record and/or other health information, you must seek their written consent.
How do you instruct your lawyer?
What are the main factors influencing a person’s choice of lawyer/law firm?
Will Writers – the perils of leaving Wills to chance.
Making a “cheap” Will – whether with a Will Writer or via a Will pack or online deal – can seem to save money, in fact it is likely to cost substantially more in legal fees and tax paid from your estate.
Going out to come in: returning to work.
Although the government is likely to encourage homeworking for employees, where possible, until May or June, now is a good time to consider what policies you should have in place to prepare for their return.
4.7 Million waiting for operations in England alone
4.7 Million waiting for routine operations is a huge number and a huge increase over…
New Countryside Code For New Wave Of Visitors
A new, refreshed Countryside Code has been launched by Natural England and Natural Resources Wales. The first Countryside Code booklet was published in 1951.
10 years recognition from Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS)
Wilson Browne has once again been re-accredited by the Law Society into their Conveyancing Quality Scheme for the 10th year in a row.
How do you choose your Lawyer?
In a recent LinkedIn Poll, Wilson Browne Solicitors’ very own Tom Warrender asked the question “when hiring a Lawyer/Law Firm, what is the biggest influence in deciding who you instruct?”
A Practical Guide For When Someone Dies
We know that when a loved one passes away, it is natural to feel overwhelmed and unsure about what action needs to be taken. So what does need to be done?