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What is a Transfer of Equity?

15th Jun 2017

Anyone who has bought a home knows that the question of ownership is one of the early legal points to be decided. In whose name will the property be? On what basis will each party be able to lay claim to a share? Well, things change. The plans put in place at purchase don’t always stand the t...

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Franchising your Business

8th Jun 2017

McDonald’s, KFC, Burger King. They’re some of the biggest franchises out there. They are also among the most recognisable global brands. And that’s no coincidence. Franchising, done well, is a sure-fire way of growing a business. It makes household names of car rental companies, h...

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What is a flexible Life Interest Trust?

30th May 2017

Put simply, this is a way of protecting your assets after you have died. We all work hard. We all want to ensure that the money we have earned, the property we own, the possessions we’ve accumulated, are passed on to those we care about. A Will is the standard conduit for this; it sets out as...

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Death by dangerous driving

26th May 2017

The risk of being killed on the roads is often used as a measure of just how safe other things are in life. But that sort of statement doesn’t necessarily make people drive with greater care. Driving is necessary, it’s familiar, and it’s accessible. And that can breed complacency,...

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How do I deal with my problem tenants?

25th May 2017

The business of letting properties relies on a steady stream of tenants. For many landlords, occupation will be the primary concern; it’s the income generator. But it’s just as important to know how to bring tenancies to an end. Problem tenants come in all shapes and sizes, and they nee...

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What happens to my debts when I die?

5th May 2017

Debts are resilient, outliving their owners. Far from wiping the slate clean, a person’s death often brings to light the full extent of their liabilities. There may well be the more usual type of debt like a mortgage, a loan, or a tax bill that must be taken care of as part of the process of...

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What happens to my debts when I die?

25th Apr 2017

Debts are resilient, outliving their owners. Far from wiping the slate clean, a person’s death often brings to light the full extent of their liabilities. There may well be the more usual type of debt like a mortgage, a loan, or a tax bill that must be taken care of as part of the process of...

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