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Breaking News - the end of the blame game when divorcing

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On 6th April 2022 - the government have announced that you will be able to divorce without assigning blame. Ministers have announced that the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020, which will allow married couples to divorce without assigning...

Power of Attorney & protecting the rights of people with dementia

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  When a person receives a dementia diagnosis, this doesn’t automatically mean they cannot make important decisions. However, as their symptoms worsen, they may no longer be able to make decisions about their finances, health or care. We refer to...

What happens to debt after someone dies?

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When someone you love has passed away, the last thing you might be thinking about is debt. However,there are many misconceptions about debt and inheritance, and it is essential to understand your position. Many people believe that when a person dies, the...

Side-hustles and tax - Everything you need to know

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While lockdown restrictions have been in place, many people have had more time to try their hand at something new. Perhaps you have set up a new business to share your latest passion, or maybe this is something you have been considering for a while. Either...

There's a Restriction on my title. What's that all about?

Andrew West
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What are restrictions on a land registry titles? An entry on a Land Registry title which says (in more legal language) that a transfer, lease, grant of rights “can’t be registered unless a certain thing has happened or a certain document is...

How unspent income from lockdown could cut future tax bills

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Internet shopping may have boomed during lockdown, but many people have spent less than usual while forced to stay home, and those with spare money have an opportunity to make the most of inheritance tax reliefs on gifts to family and friends if they act...

Devil in the detail for residential landlords

Amanda Payne
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Residential landlords are under pressure to keep on top of a raft of new legislation and guidelines this year, including many protections for tenants extended by the government during the pandemic.  They include a continuing hold on evictions, the new...

Marriage breakdowns could head for their own lockdown

Andrew Robinson
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The easing of lockdown may have been the catalyst for the announcement by billionaire Bill Gates and his wife that they were heading for divorce and separate lives, with data from Google showing a surge in searches for divorce guidance as restrictions were...

Flexible Working: Your Questions Answered

Emma Allen
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As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the way we work and live has been forever changed. Many people have enjoyed the flexibility of working from home, including avoiding a commute, setting their own hours and taking care of their children. Employers can...

How can I resolve a boundary dispute?

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This is part two to the ' Do I own the fence to the left ' blog. Understanding who owns what boundaries within a property can lead to unnecessary stressful disputes with neighbours. It’s important that you check which boundaries you own before...

Do I own the fence to the left?

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Understanding who owns which boundaries within a property can lead to unnecessary stressful disputes with neighbours. It’s important that you check which boundaries you own before making any changes, like taking or putting up fences. At Fishers,...

Meet Eva: our new starter in the Wills and Probate team

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Meet Eva, our new starter in the Wills and Probate team! How did you become to work at Fishers? I started my job here at Fishers as a temp role in late February, I received the call from my agent one evening saying there was a temp legal secretary...

Aspiring property hosts must check the small print

Amanda Payne
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As the shutters lift on life, with shops and bars opening and holiday planning underway, property owners may be thinking of cashing in on the demand for UK trips by offering their home for short-term lets, but they may run into trouble if they don’t...

Five tips for businesses dealing with unpaid invoices

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Carrying the weight of unpaid invoices can make doing business challenging. The coronavirus pandemic has caused financial difficulties for many and could be making the problem of late payments worse for both small businesses, the self-employed and...

Personal development seminar funded by the Ashby Rotary

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Personal development seminar funded by the Ashby Rotary           An opportunity for young adults aged 18 – 26. Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Saturday 24 th – 31 st July 2021 Could this be of Interest to you,...

Business First - Time to Reboot

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Flick through our latest Business First Magazine. We talk about getting out of a commercial lease early on page 5 And your six stage journey to owning commercial property on page 30. Read more here.  ...

What happens if a parent doesn't pay?

Andrew Robinson
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Under a child maintenance arrangement, child maintenance is usually paid by the parent who does not have day-to-day care of the child or does not usually live with the child. If this payment is not forthcoming, the receiving parent could launch a civil legal...

The future of writing your will - what you need to know

Guy Birtwistle
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At Fishers Solicitors we’ve changed the way we offer our wills and probate services in the mist of the coronavirus pandemic. Before you could pop into our office, meet one of our solicitors and start the process of writing your will, sorting you...

The future of the workplace - what you need to know

Emma Allen
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Restrictions will start to be eased across the whole of England in the coming months. If the proposed timeline goes to plan. With this in mind, employers, employees and workers should talk as early as possible about any plans to return to work. The same...

Advice for commercial landlords and tenants

Ian Riley
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Advice for commercial landlords and tenants during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted almost every industry in the UK, with many businesses experiencing a severe strain on their cashflow as a result. While commercial tenants...

Think you don't need a Will? It's time to re-think!

Emma Allen
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Emma, our dispute resolution solicitor has taken some time to tell you why putting off writing a will can be really risky. It’s a sad fact that I often hear of families and friends telling me a Deceased’s estate is not be given in accordance...

Kick the frivolity and take the higher road over inheritance

Guy Birtwistle
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Inheritance disputes may have risen in response to soaring property prices, second marriages and blended families, with relatives more likely to feel they are missing out, but the courts are pushing back on frivolous claims and obstructive family...

Meet the team: Martyn Taylor

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Meet our new HR & Office Manager, Martyn Taylor who joined us earlier this year. Our short interview highlights some key things about Martyn, including his work experience, where he grew up and his favourite snack! What has your work experience...

The different types of Wills

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It’s always best to speak to one of our solicitors to ensure everything is what you want and expect it to be later on down the line. However what you may not know is that there are different types of Wills. Choosing the best option for you will help...

Sunak empties his purse for a pandemic-beating budget

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Coronavirus lockdown keeps chancellor’s attention on the short term, with the promise of jabs securing jobs for an upturn next year  The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the UK’s economic agenda dominated the Chancellor’s...

Why cohabiting couples must consider estate planning

Guy Birtwistle
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Millions of couples across the UK are choosing to forego marriage and live as cohabitees. However, without proper estate planning, they could be putting their finances at risk. Unlike their married counterparts, unmarried couples have no automatic right to...

6 reasons to make a Will

Hannah Howe
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By making a Will, you choose who inherits When you work hard for your assets, you generally want to know where they will go when you die. If you don’t have a Will, then your estate will be distributed in accordance with the intestacy rules. These...

Disciplinary and grievance procedures during coronavirus

Emma Allen
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Your rights in disciplinary and grievance procedures during coronavirus While many workplaces continue to be affected by the coronavirus pandemic, employment law and the Acas Code of Practice concerning disciplinary and grievance procedures still apply. If...

Three ways to protect your family

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Take a look at three ways you can protect your family with the help of a solicitor. Writing a Will Latest Royal London research has calculated that 54% of UK adults do not have a will. This involves 59% of parents who either have no will or have one that...

The future of conveyancing... what you need to know

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Back in 2020 Fishers conveyancing went bold. Here’s all you need to know about how the future of conveyancing means selling houses… quickly! Towards the end of last year Fishers Solicitors launched Bold Move, which is an initiative to speed...

Succession planning for your farming estate

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A quick guide to succession planning for your farming estate Succession planning is an essential part of running a family farm business. Effectively planning for the future allows you to protect your assets, safeguard your business, ensure continuity and...

Two new property experts join Fishers Solicitors

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Fishers hire two new experts in the conveyancing team with nearly 70 years of experience! Fishers Solicitors are proud to welcome a new solicitor and conveyancer to join them at their Ashby based offices. Catherine Bee, solicitor and Kim Plant, conveyancer,...

Conveyancing quality achievement

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Fishers Solicitors secures Law Society's conveyancing quality mark Fishers solicitors in Ashby-de-la-Zouch has secured membership to the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme - the mark of excellence for the home buying process. ...

Why you need to get proper legal advice

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In a world where so much information is available freely online, do you still need the advice of a lawyer? A simple Google search of your legal problems can provide thousands of relevant articles, and perhaps a friend has shared information on social media...

New rules for leaseholders in 2021

Amanda Payne
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A leaseholder is someone who does not own the land the property sits on. The leaseholder, in order to live in the property rents it out for a length of time. A freehold owns the property and the land for an unlimited amount of time. Millions of people will...

The future of divorces - what you need to know...

Andrew Robinson
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Outdated divorce laws have now been transformed. Later on this year, you will no longer have to prove fault to get a divorce. After 2020, a year of unprecedented upheaval, divorcing will be much less stressful. “In June 2020 Parliament passed...

Looking forward, Brexit and Freeports.

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The purpose of this blog is to provide you with a brief view of how Brexit will undoubtedly present challenges to our economy, but also opportunities. Just like the benefits of seeking professional financial advice and estate planning advice. Freeports are...

Bursting the bubble this Christmas?

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With the pandemic putting relationships under pressure and divorce rates recording their biggest percentage rise since 1972, family professionals and support groups are encouraging couples to focus on the wellbeing of the family over the festive...

30 questions with Deena Wardle, Christmas edition

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Here's 30 questions for Deena Wardle, our legal assistant in our conveyancing team. What do you do at Fishers? Legal assistant in residential conveyancing, dealing with the initial enquiries. What is one thing you’d tell home buyers? Choose...

Six secrets to successful investing

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The purpose of this blog is to provide you with a brief introduction to how you could do more with your savings or inheritance by seeking professional investment financial advice. True Potential are an award-winning group of financial services and...

Landlords must gear up for new safety checks

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Residential landlords must get their houses in order with the arrival of further legislation to protect tenants through electrical and building safety requirements.   New electrical safety standards are rolling out for private sector tenancies and...

New year, new you? Why it might be a good time to write a will

Guy Birtwistle
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There is no denying that 2020 is a year which will go down in history - for many reasons. The global pandemic, Brexit, and the fallout from these events has had a significant impact on many areas of our lives. These events may have far-reaching implications...

Avoiding 'do not resuscitate' errors

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Do-Not-Attempt-Resuscitate (DNAR) orders are in the news again. The CQC has just published interim findings of its report into concerns that during the early weeks of the pandemic, DNAR orders were wrongly used.    Widely condemned by the CQC...

Planning for employing overseas workers in 2021

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If you employ workers from overseas, or you plan to in the future, you will need to understand the changes to the immigration system coming into play from January 1 st , 2021. As of this date, a new points-based immigration system will operate in the UK,...

Meet New Starter Natalie Thornhill

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Fishers continues to grow with the hiring of new legal cashier and archive clerk. Natalie joined Fishers earlier this month and we're pleased to welcome her to the team. Find out more about Natalie in this short, fun interview. Hi Natalie, what will...

Christmas, coronavirus and separation

Andrew Robinson
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For many parents, the issue of spending time with children at Christmas can be tense. Both parents want to spend Christmas day with their loved ones and their children, but this becomes complicated when they do not live in the same town or city or if they...

Can I get out of a commercial lease early?

Ian Riley
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COVID-19 has had a significant impact on almost every business in the UK. For many businesses, it means they no longer require their business premises, or can no longer afford it. There are many other reasons, not directly related to COVID-19, that you may...

Furlough & Redundancy - tips from a solicitor

Emma Allen
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We will be continuing to update this blog following the government’s advice to keep all information current, with the ever changing circumstances. The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will continue...

Property booms as home and overseas buyers rush to beat deadline

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Property buyers are fighting off the pandemic to catch a new home before stamp duty goes back to its normal rate.  For overseas buyers the race is even more important, as the rate will carry an additional surcharge for them from April.  As part of...

Lockdown 2 and home improvements: When do you need planning permission?

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With recent announcements from both the UK government about further lockdown restrictions, you might be planning to fill your time with some home improvements. At the time of writing, tradespeople are exempt from lockdown restrictions and may enter your home...

Business First - Survive or Thrive?

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Click on the image below to read our latest Business First Magazine - Survive or Thrive?    ...

Here for you - all under one roof

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Last November we opened a new office called Unit R which is at the Ivanhoe Business Park in Ashby. So far we’ve loved the space and especially how open, modern and bright it is. As more and more clients have visited us, before and during the global...

The new Job Support Scheme - Your questions answered

Emma Allen
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The Job Support Scheme (JSS) will replace the furlough scheme and will come into play on 1 November 2020. In this article, we look at FAQs covering how the scheme works, who is eligible and specific difficulties employers and employees might have concerns...

Congratulating newly appointed associate of the firm

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We’re pleased to announce that Enel Ots, Licensed Conveyancer, has been newly appointed to an associate lawyer at Fishers. Enel tells us what it means to her and her career to be given this new role and how she can utilise it to be a role model to...

Reviewing your third-party relationships and contracts Business Blog

Emma Allen
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Companies should prioritise risk management in their approach to business and review their third-party relationships and contracts as the coronavirus pandemic continues.  While the degree of disruption to supplies and staffing has settled since its...

Lights, camera, action... signing your will goes live

Guy Birtwistle
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Experts are warning against self-directed videos following the announcement by the Government that legislation is to be introduced in September to allow wills to be signed remotely using a live video link.   While the coronavirus pandemic...

Redundancy Round-up

Emma Allen
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The risk of redundancy can be very worrying at uncertain times. You might be told you’re at risk of redundancy if your employer has one or more jobs they cannot afford or no longer need. Whilst we are living during uncertain times, it is important to...

56 questions for 56 years with Simon Musson

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To celebrate a tremendous achievement of our consultant Simon and his work anniversary hitting 56 years this year, we have taken the time to find out 56 things about him in this fun short blog.   Simon not only breaks a Fishers record having working...

Conveyancing Advice from Enel, a licensed conveyancer

Enel Ots
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Enel works as a Conveyancer in the residential property department at Fishers and in this blog give you an insight into her life and gives advice for buying, selling and remortgaging a property. Describe some challenges you face at work Every case I start...

6 Stages of a Commercial Property Purchase

Donna Ennis
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Two property purchases can vary significantly in their degree of complexity. Therefore please take this as a very generic guide as to the stages of a commercial property purchase and the procedures. Initial stages You will need to inform the Estate...

Remote family court hearings - how do they work?

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The introduction of social distancing in response to the coronavirus outbreak has caused disruption to many vital services – including in the justice system. Many services that would typically have taken place face-to-face have been adapted to meet the...

The end of lockdown, the end of your marriage?

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Most people won’t be surprised that after months of staying indoors, children off school and the UK going into recession, that a marriage can really take its toll. What has happened to the world is something that nobody signed up for. So if a ...

The Effects of Divorce and Separation on your Will

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Many people assume that a Will made while you are married is automatically cancelled if you later get divorced . This is a common misconception, and the truth is that getting divorced does not mean your Will is cancelled. Your Will remains valid, but...

Why everyone needs a Will and Power of Attorney

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Sue Grogan, Managing Director of Joined-Up Working has written this guest blog. Sue talks about real life experiences of why it is important to have a Will and a Power of Attorney. Story 1 My Uncle Paul died years ago aged 59, leaving Auntie Penny...

Invalid Wills during the Coronavirus pandemic

Hannah Howe
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Writing a Will during the Pandemic The recent pandemic has, unsurprisingly, seen a huge demand for people wanting to make or update their Wills . Many people have made Wills during lockdown, but reports are now coming through which confirm that Wills made...

6 Steps to Buying a New Build Home

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The following is a general guide to the stages of conveyancing and procedures when buying a new build property:   Reservation – Once you have chosen your home the sales advisor for the Developer will guide you through the various documents...

6 Stages of Making a Power of Attorney

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Find 6 Stages of Making a Power of Attorney Initial Stage The first step is to contact Fishers to arrange a meeting to discuss your requirements. We will send you confirmation of the appointment. First Meeting When you attend an initial...

6 stages of making a will

Hannah Howe
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Here are the six stages of making a will - Initial Stage The first step is to contact us to arrange a chat with one of our lawyers. We can send you a questionnaire to fill in ahead of the meeting. This asks for lots of information that may help...

How to get your home sale ready by Lemon and Lime Interiors

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We’ve had an uncertain few months with the housing market being closed for two months during the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Recently estate agents have been allowed to open for viewings again but many believe that a virtual viewings will become...

Interview - How you can help your ageing relatives

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Jade is a solicitor at Fishers who works in the Wills and Probate department. In this short interview Jade talks about the possibility of making a Will at home, the importance of Lasting Powers of Attorneys and how you can help your ageing relatives.  ...

6 reasons why you should use a solicitor to make a Will

Hannah Howe
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Making a Will is all about ensuring your assets go where you want them to, after you have died. Our clients tell us that making a Will with us gives them peace of mind, knowing that they have made everything as straightforward as possible for those they...

New Appointment, Stephen Howe Strengthens Probate Team

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Stephen joins Fishers Solicitors as one of their latest consultants, he brings with him sixteen years of experience specialising in Private Client work. As well as having worked for various law firms, Stephen also provides lectures for Central Legal Training...

Fishers and Breedon join together to support businesses

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Fishers Solicitors and Breedon Consulting launch a free webinar to support businesses Fishers Solicitors, law firm based in Ashby de la Zouch are partnering with neighbouring business, Breedon Consulting who specialise in human resource management,...

Remote hearings for family courts - opinion piece

Andrew Robinson
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After reading in the BBC News ' Remote hearings for family courts 'horribly cruel ' we've got in touch with our Family Law expert and found out what he thinks. Andy described: The difficulties in family law cases concerning children I...

The importance of receptionists - Interview

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When Fishers moved to new offices last November, it was really important the office fit with the ambitions of the company, that everyone had a nice space to work, communal areas were light and welcoming but most importantly the reception area was modern,...

Top tips for getting ready to go back to the office - commercial property blog

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Preparing office space once lockdown is lifted Office spaces with communal areas and shared facilities will be in the frontline when the next stage of lockdown is lifted, and staff return to the workplace.  Managing the return and preparing the...

Selling a house after lockdown: a conveyancing blog

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As you will no doubt have seen via TV, social media and in the press the last 24 hours: “ Estate agents’ offices can now open; viewings are permitted; show homes can open; removal companies and the other essential parts of the sales and letting...

Business Survival and Planning for the end of Lockdown

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COVID-19 has hit all sections of the business community hard and none of us will be able to escape its consequences for the foreseeable future. All the forecasts are that we will be enduring a recession, the only question being how long it will take the...

Conveyancing after Coronavirus

Amanda Payne
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This was the best start to a year for a few – after 3 and a half years of Brexit, then the Election, we had that certainty, confidence in the housing market returning.  Conveyancing staff in the office increased Q1.  Now we don’t know...

Landlords must comply with latest energy standards

Beth Abbott
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Landlords of residential property could face high fines if they do not meet the latest energy efficiency standards.  On 1 st April 2020, the latest stage of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards was implemented, making it unlawful for landlords to...

Locking up the legalities when planning ahead in the virus crisis

Guy Birtwistle
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NHS workers fighting Covid-19 on the front line, together with the elderly and vulnerable, lie behind a huge spike in demand for will writing over recent weeks, according to the professional body for solicitors.  The Law Society says many firms have...

A toolkit for family breakdown in the lockdown

Andrew Robinson
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The coronavirus crisis is redefining lifestyles and the boundaries of our interactions; a situation that can challenge even the strongest bonds.  For couples who are struggling in their relationship, or trying to manage co-parenting, anxiety levels are...

A new tax year and changes to the Inheritance Tax rules

Hannah Howe
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The new tax year began on 6 th April, and brought with it changes to the Inheritance Tax rules. The Residence Nil Rate Band has been increased, and benefits people leaving property to their children and grandchildren. Inheritance Tax - how can you benefit?...

Discounted legal fees for key workers

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At Fishers Solicitors we wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you to key workers at such unprecedented times. As a firm we are overwhelmed with the dedication from all key workers  so we would like to offer 10% off all of our legal fees....

Remortgaging: reducing your monthly mortgage payments

Enel Ots
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With the Bank of England lowering the base rate to 0.1% and the current circumstances making us all consider our living costs is it time to consider a remortgage? What does remortgaging mean? A remortgage is when you change the mortgage you currently...

On the right side of the law with Emma Allen: Your Employment Rights

Emma Allen
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Hi, I’m Emma, a solicitor at Fishers! I’m here to give you monthly tips and advice on legal situations that could save you from any future stress, hurt and heartache.   On a personal note, now we are over the January hump, I’ve...

Sunak splashes the cash in post-Brexit budget

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New chancellor promises to support individuals and business as country tackles coronavirus threat Business rate cuts, cash grants for small enterprises and support for both employees and employers on sick pay were among the emergency announcements...

Meet Donna: our Commercial Conveyancing Solicitor

Donna Ennis
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Meet Donna Ennis, a Solicitor in our Commercial Property department. Tell us what you do at Fishers I work in the Commercial Property team as a Solicitor. We specialise in buying or selling commercial property, leasing business premises and buying...

Buying a property - common problems with the delays in the chain

Beth Abbott
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A Chain Reaction in Conveyancing Transactions When you sell or purchase a property, it may become apparent at some point during the transaction that there is a chain either above, below or both. “The property chain is when homebuyers and sellers...

High Speed 2 (HS2) - Claim compensation if your property is affected

Charles Killin
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Confirmation that the full HS2 Project will proceed is of huge significance for residents and landowners in North West Leicestershire. The impacts of the Route will be both financial and environmental and will affect landowners and property owners...

On the right side of the law with Emma Allen: Inheritance Act Claims

Emma Allen
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Hi, I’m Emma, a solicitor at Fishers! I’m here to give you monthly tips and advice on legal situations that could save you from any future stress, hurt and heartache. Last month we talked about defamation of character – understanding the...

Time to Talk at Fishers (supporting mental health awareness)

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The charity Time to Change are running a Time to Talk Day today which we are proud to take part in. Time to Change is a charity led by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness which aims to break down the stigma of talking about our mental health. Mental health...

Time to talk about workplace mental wellbeing

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Time to Talk Day on Thursday 6th February 2020 is an opportunity for employers to review policy and culture against best practice in employee mental wellbeing Workplace mental wellbeing is a top concern among employers, according to European-wide...

A new type of royalty lined up by royal couple

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan are stepping back from royal duties, but it may be royalties that see them through in their new life.   Before announcing their desire to spend time out of the spotlight, the Duke and Duchess of...

The Mussons: Four generations of lawyers at Fishers

Simon Musson
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Simon Musson Started working at Fishers in 1970 and is still working as a Consultant. Simon’s Father - William Henry Musson Worked as a Solicitor from 1946 until 1980 at Fishers. Simon’s Grandfather -William Pratt Musson ...

The life stages that go into legacy making

Guy Birtwistle
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Whether moving in together, marrying, entering a civil partnership, having children, divorcing, re-marrying or a new civil partnership, each of these momentous life stages has an important impact on the outcome if you were to die without leaving a will.

On the Right side of the law with Emma Allen: Defamation of Character

Emma Allen
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Hi, I’m Emma, a solicitor at Fishers! I’m here to give you monthly tips and advice on legal situations that could save you from any future stress, hurt and heartache. Let’s get into it.

We've moved offices!

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Fishers Solicitors announced that the company has moved their headquarters to a business park located in Ashby. The announcement has come after significant growth and the new location offers opportunities to strengthen Fishers presence in Ashby, whilst...

Spooky goings on at Fishers Solicitors

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It’s not only during Halloween when staff at Fishers Solicitors in Ashby De La Zouch experience spooky occurrences!

Amanda Payne wins CILEx Legal Expert Property Award 2019!

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We would like to say a huge congratulations to Amanda Payne, our Head of Residential Conveyancing who has won the Legal Expert Property Award at the CILEx National Awards 2019 . Hosted by Strictly Come Dancing favourite Claudia Winkleman at Madame...