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25 November 2022 Read more

Buying a house: A guide for first time buyers

16 November 2022

Although buying a new home for the first time can be very exciting, it is a huge responsibility. Make sure you know everything there is to know before you purchase a house, as if you don’t have everything organised, it may make the process all the more difficult. Make sure you have all your relevant documen...

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Do landlords need a Lasting Powers of Attorney?

8 November 2022

Landlords may need a Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) if they become mentally incapacitated and need someone to act on their behalf.  There are two different types of LPA, one covers property and financial affairs and one covers health and care. Landlords would benefit from a financial LPA especially, as ...

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What happens if you don’t have a LPA or Will?

16 September 2022 Read more

When Do You Need To Make A Will?

2 September 2022

A Will is an official legal document that allows a person, “the testator”, to decide who they wish to appoint as executors to establish what exactly their estate compromises of upon their death, pay any debts and funeral expenses, make any specific gifts of money, property or possessions and to then admin...

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The first time you buy a home, you'll have to learn lots of new information and get to grips with the processes. We wanted to offer a range of helpful tips to make this easier for you! Read our latest guide - https://t.co/haTtTmWc79 #LiverpoolSolicitors #BuyingaHome #Mortgage

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Why should you use a solicitor for a Lasting Power of Attorney?

4 August 2022

The GOV website defines a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) as “a legal document that lets you (the ‘donor’) appoint one or more people (known as ‘attorneys’) to help you make decisions or to make decisions on your behalf.” LPAs are useful if you find yourself in a position where you are unable to m...

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