March 2015 | Walker Foster SolicitorsMarch 2015 | Walker Foster Solicitors

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A frequent headache for commercial landlords, particularly those with a sizeable portfolio that needs keeping track of, is the position when leases that have been contracted out of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 expire. In such cases where the…

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I often have clients say to me that they do not need a Power of Attorney as they are not old enough to need one yet, and when the time comes they will make one.  I find that clients are…

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It is a common fact that millions of aspiring first time buyers are struggling to get a foot on the property ladder.  We are all aware that when purchasing a property a substantial deposit is required and whilst we are…

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A ruling handed down by the Supreme Court this week has underlined the fact that there is no time limit for couples who are divorced, from making an application to the Court for a financial settlement – even if their…

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A recent Court of Appeal decision has illustrated a change in the way the Family Court is considering spousal maintenance claims. Tracey Wright, the ex-wife of racehorse surgeon, Ian Wright, appealed against a decision that his maintenance payments should be…

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