In this blog article, Beth Abbott from our Conveyancing team demystifies the term ‘Caveat Emptor’, the principles of which are key when buying or selling a new home. What does Caveat Emptor mean? Put simply, Caveat Emptor is a Latin term...
Fishers has been providing advice to local businesses and individuals for many years. Our leading team of lawyers has gained an enviable reputation in the Midlands, having guided several generations through their legal affairs and helped them achieve their goals.
We have an in-depth understanding of the region and have built a network of valuable links within the community for the advantage of our clients.
Fishers is Lexcel accredited. The Lexcel practice management standard is only awarded to solicitors who meet the highest management and customer care standards.
Our family lawyers are members of Resolution. They are committed to the constructive and non-confrontational resolution of family disputes.
Fishers' Conveyancing department are members of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) - the mark of excellence for the home buying process.
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- We will agree with you in advance the level of service you need and explain to you at the outset an overall timescale and the different stages in relation to your matter.
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