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

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...

Two new property experts join Fishers Solicitors

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,...

Furlough & Redundancy - tips from a solicitor

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...

Conveyancing Advice from Enel, a licensed conveyancer

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...

Why everyone needs a Will and Power of Attorney

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...

Remortgaging: reducing your monthly mortgage payments

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...

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

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

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...

The Mussons: Four generations of lawyers at Fishers

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 ...

Amanda Payne wins CILEx Legal Expert Property Award 2019!

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...
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