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Dawson Hart at the Uckfield FM Business Expo

Jemma Buchanan
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Another fantastic Business Expo hosted by Uckfield FM was held at Civic Centre Uckfield on 11th July 2019! Dawson Hart had a successful day at the event where we were all about Wills! We were also offering the chance to win a bottle of Malibu if you could...

Thinking of moving home? Top tips and things to consider!

Laura Mechen
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When moving home it is a good idea to know what you are signing up for. Conveyancing can be a lengthy and stressful process and so here are some top tips in order to speed up the transaction and help it run smoothly!   Selling Get valuations from...

A judgment is just a piece of paper. What do I do with it now?

Gemmalucy Smith
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  You have successfully obtained a county court judgment against a defendant in respect of money owing to you.  Does this mean you will now automatically receive this money?  What happens when you obtain judgment from the court against the...

What is Probate?

Elizabeth Mitchell
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When a friend of family member passes away, people often discuss whether an estate will ‘need to go to probate’, although many people are unclear exactly what this means. A Grant of Probate (or Letters of Administration if a person dies without...

How to ensure your assets pass in accordance with your wishes

Julie Binge
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Do you want to ensure your assets pass in accordance with your wishes? Make a Will now. Over 50% of UK adults have not made a Will.   If you do not have a Will in place, your assets will pass under the intestacy rules which will not...

The benefits of voluntary first registration

Rebecca West
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Around 85% of all property in England and Wales is registered with the Land Registry.  The remainder is known as unregistered land.  To refer to a property as unregistered does not mean that it has no owner but rather that the property or land has...

Sussex Law Society Annual Charity Ball - 17th May 2019

Jacqueline Hardaway
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An inspirational speech was given by our Managing Director and President of the Sussex Law Society, Jacqueline Hardaway, at the annual charity Ball on Friday 17th May 2019.  To an audience of over 240 guests at The Grand Hotel in Brighton, Jacqueline...

Purchasing a 'listed' building

Gemma Blizard
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How does purchasing a ‘listed’ building differ from an ordinary purchase? In the South East we have a number of properties of special architectural or historical importance. A listed building will fall into one of three categories of listing;...

Deputyship

Jenny Mayhew
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What can you do if your loved one cannot make decisions for themselves?  If they have a Power of Attorney in place the Attorneys can act for them (subject to registration requirements) but what happens if there is no Power of Attorney?   The...

First Time Buyer's Relief from Stamp Duty Land Tax

Laura Mechen
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Do you qualify for First Time Buyer’s Relief from Stamp Duty Land Tax? A First Time Buyer is defined by the Revenue as someone who has never owned property anywhere in the world before.  So, if you are a First Time Buyer buying a property, you...

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