Staff from Harold Stock & Co. Solicitors gathered together at a local restaurant last night to celebrate the 60-something-th birthday of the firm's founding Partner, Paul Stock. Paul founded the firm in 1978 and was the first Solicitor to practice commercial law outside of the City centre. Paul … [Read more...] about Happy birthday, Mr Stock
At the start of a new year they say a young man’s fancy often turn to thoughts of love, but for more practical people their thoughts are often dominated by far more practical considerations; considerations like buying a house or putting their house on the market. If you are considering … [Read more...] about Domestic conveyancing: going the extra mile for your satisfaction
Are you unhappy with the service you’re getting from your personal injury solicitor? Do you feel you would get a better quality of service from another clinical negligence claim solicitor? Well, if you are dissatisfied with the standard of legal representation you are receiving, there is some good … [Read more...] about Would you like to change your solicitor?
Sadly, mortgage and property fraud are on the increase. Did you know that your property can be fraudulently sold or re-mortgaged without your knowledge? Several factors can make your property more at risk of fraud than another. These include: Rental propertiesEmpty propertiesOwners living … [Read more...] about Property Fraud – Protecting your property
Research by the Law Society and Catax Solutions has found that conveyancing solicitors take an inconsistent approach towards capital allowances, leaving them open to risks ranging from loss of income to client complaints and litigation. … [Read more...] about Solicitors Should Play A Key Role In Securing Capital Allowances For Clients, Claims Law Society.
The recent downturn in the weather will have been a source of consternation to many home owners. Some properties will have been substantially damaged by the high winds: some severely affected by the snow. Such problems are irritating in themselves, but these problems can also be compounded by the … [Read more...] about Occupier’s Liability: What Do The Courts Consider To Be Reasonable And Appropriate Maintenance?
Christmas is a time for giving and sharing. … [Read more...] about Christmas Should Be Cancelled On ‘Elf and Safety’ Grounds, Surely.
If your business has ever been involved in a legal dispute over commercial property, asset sales or purchases or mergers and acquisitions, you’ll know that these can be horribly complicated and can drag on and on. If action is delayed or mishandled, costs will undoubtedly escalate: if action is … [Read more...] about Commercial Law Disputes: Swift And Decisive Action Can Solve Disputes Amicably And Keep Costs Down.
Are you concerned about the long-term future of a relative suffering from a debilitating mental health condition like Alzheimer’s or motor neurone disease? … [Read more...] about Personal Welfare Power of Attorney: Dealing With The Legal Affairs of Relatives Suffering From Mental Health Conditions.
If you’ve ever been unfortunate enough to get involved in a dispute over a business contract, you’ll know that they can be horribly complicated and have a habit of becoming incredibly expensive to resolve. … [Read more...] about Contract Disputes And Resolution: Get Expert Help And Avoid Expensive Litigation.
What are the chances of being injured in a road traffic accident? Well, it’s probably more likely than you would think. Yes, the number of fatalities on our roads is falling year-on-year, but the number of accidents is worrying increasing. The latest available figures show that 23,000 accidents were … [Read more...] about What Should You Do If You’re Involved In A Road Accident With An Uninsured Driver?
How much attention do you pay to your fellow road users? … [Read more...] about Personal Accident Compensation Claims: Protecting Vulnerable Motorcyclists.