As the wheels of commerce start grinding back into gear following the festive break there will be many looking on the new year as a fresh start.
In so many aspects of life this has always been the case, and one’s priorities are very subjective as all lives are so different.
However, we at Pindoria Solicitors make no apologies for bringing up a subject that needs tackling at the root in 2018, and that’s the unsavoury topic of domestic abuse. Read More
As is often the case, as a new year begins, there are many predictions being made about what the next 12 months will entail.
The housing market is one such area where there is always speculation and it’s fair to say that the British and London people, in particular seem to have a great interest. Read More
A new report has shown that almost half of conveyancing clients complain of a lack of communication during the property selling/buying process. However, two-thirds of conveyancers believe they keep clients fully informed.
A majority of home-movers (55%) found themselves frustrated by a lack of control in the conveyancing process, according to a survey of 1,000 people by conveyancing software company InfoTrack.
The report showed nearly half of them (47%) wanted “regular digital communications” from their conveyancers, while more than a third (36%) also stated they would like the ability to track the progress of their transactions, including searches. Read More
As we have said many times here on our blog, there is a real inequality in the way that the law treats unmarried people, but the victory of a woman over her partner’s passing shows that a change is possibly in the offing.
In the past few weeks, Jakki Smith, a Lancashire lady, won her legal battle for better rights for unmarried people who lose their long-term partners. She took the government to court for breaching her human rights in denying her bereavement damages.
As things currently stand, a fixed sum of £12,980 is paid out if a person dies as a result of negligence – but it only applies to spouses or civil partners. Read More
Social Responsibility: Pindoria Solicitors Sponsor a School in Tripura.
Eric Rawson – His 250, 000 Donation for Future Generation Read More
There is a train of thought that solicitors should give more advice about leaving money to charity when discussing wills, and it is something that certainly needs bringing to the public’s attention.
After all, the general consensus when it comes to wills is that your lifetime’s legacy will be given to friends and family, but many wish to make more of a difference rather than making loved ones lives that bit more comfortable. Read More
The old saying goes that blood is thicker than water, meaning families come together when things get tough to support each other.
However, whilst blood ties are important, the sad fact is that every year families are involved in disputes that can tear them all apart. Read More
The death of a loved one is unquestionably one of the most traumatic events that we all have to contend with.
At a time of grief, the administration of an estate is something that many find very difficult to endure.
It’s understandable, as probate, which is the administration process of the estate following the owner’s death, is often both time-intensive and complex. Finding yourself in a position of responsibility for the family can be daunting, and it can be draining on top of dealing with one’s own grief. Read More