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Managing the Evolving Coronavirus Impact

We are currently in a trying and uncertain period of time at the moment. The Coronavirus is a real concern not least because of its impact on our staff and their families but also in terms of how we c

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  • March 17th at 2:15pm

Coronavirus

The current coronavirus outbreak is of concern to us all. Here at Elliot Mather we have already taken steps to safeguard, as far as possible, the health and wellbeing of our staff, clients and supplie

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  • March 10th at 2:00pm

Grandparents contact with children

When parents separate it can often mean contact breaks down between a parent and their child which then in turn can mean grandparents lose contact with their Grandchild. Children have a right to see

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  • March 9th at 10:00am

Accused of sexual assault. What to do

If an allegation of sexual assault has been made against you, the allegation will have a devastating effect upon you and your family. It will be a difficult and distressing situation to deal with, esp

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  • December 2nd at 4:00pm

YMCA Charity Ceilidh Dinner

Members of Elliot Mather LLP (Nick Elliot, Dilpreet Kooner and Natalie Potter) attended the YMCA Charity Ceilidh Dinner & Dance with guests to raise money for charity and support them in changing loca

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  • October 8th at 9:30am

How long after draft contracts to exchange

One of the most common questions to a conveyancer when buying or selling a house is how long after draft contracts to exchange to tie all parties in to the transaction so that clients can book removal

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  • August 7th at 9:20am

Land

I am just buying a small piece of land from my neighbour – do I need a conveyancer or solicitor to act? If the seller does not have a mortgage in theory you could do it yourself. However, regardl

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  • August 5th at 9:15am

Remortgage

You often overlook making a note of when your mortgage rate comes to an end after you have bought your home or last re-mortgaged. Most people now compare their home insurance or car insurance or e

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  • July 31st at 9:28am

DIY

Everyone loves a bargain. The cost of living seems to be ever increasing so more and more people look to try and save money. One way of doing so is doing things yourself which you would normally seek

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  • July 31st at 9:00am

Executors – do you know what you’re doing?

If you are appointed as an executor it is important you know the extent of your duties and responsibilities. The below also applies to personal representatives or administrators. We receive instru

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  • July 25th at 3:30am

Help protect yourself from property fraud

When you own more than one property or move into rented without selling your property its easy to forget to update your address for service at the Land Registry. This leaves you vulnerable to fraud.

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  • July 1st at 10:30am

Location, location, lease term…

Have you ever been watching one of the many property programmes on TV when reference is made to a featured property having a “short lease” and the property has either failed to sell as a result or has

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  • July 1st at 9:35am

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