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Our Conveyancing team offers friendly, jargon-free advice aimed at guiding you through the process of buying and selling. Whatever type of property you are buying, and no matter how many times you have moved, our advisors will use their years of experience to make your move as smooth as possible.
Our Wills, Probate and Trusts department is able to provide comprehensive advice to the private client with a knowledgeable and personal approach. Our team can help with succession and tax planning and making sure that you preserve your assets by minimising any taxes payable.
Our Wills, Probate and Trusts department is able to provide comprehensive advice to the private client with a knowledgeable and personal approach.
Becoming involved in a dispute is often difficult and costly. At Thomas Flavell & Sons we can help.
It is important to manage upcoming staffing changes (whether it be as a result of mutual agreement or restructuring) with diplomacy and tact as well ensuring a smooth exit that ensures all legal loose ends are tied up.
The world of company law can be fast moving and often complex. Let us demystify it for you.
Our commercial property solicitors are regularly instructed to act in commercial property matters relating to both acquisition and disposal.
Any dispute following the loss of a loved one is difficult. At Thomas Flavell & Sons we’re here to help.
TFS employs experienced and personable professionals who will help you promptly and efficiently in whichever legal services you require. You are welcome to read a full biography for each member of our team and view their direct contact details.
An article on the legal ties of marriage and how they are brought to an end. One party may have had time to think about bringing the relationship to an end whilst for the other it may come as a complete shock.
Another Will challenge has recently hit the headlines, Clitheroe v Bond (2021). The judge in the case of Banks v Goodfellow (1870) perhaps didn’t anticipate how their words would be repeated in Courts and legal textbooks over the next 150 years.