A Survey is optional but it can offer a Buyer an opportunity to obtain some independent and impartial advice from a qualified professional. So, why do buyers proceed without one?
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.
Claims for maintenance and reasonable financial provision are on the increase and there has been a marked change in the number of children now claiming against the Estate of a deceased parent.