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Wills & Probate

Wills & Probate Making a will is one of the most important things you can do for your family but most people die without having made one.  Will forms can be downloaded from the web or even bought  from the […]

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First Time Buyers Advice

Buying your first home can be exciting and daunting at the same time. Let us guide you through the whole process so that things go as smoothly as possible. We are more than just Hampshire property solicitors. Our job is […]

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Appointing a guardian for your child

Matthew Porter Private Client Solicitor & Partner It was not long after my first child was born that my wife and I decided it was time to make a Will. This was before I became a solicitor and making a […]

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Maternity Leave and Surrogacy

The purpose of EU Directive 92/85EC – the Pregnant Workers Directive – is ‘to encourage improvements in the safety and health at work of pregnant workers and workers who have recently given birth or are breastfeeding’. In the UK, surrogacy […]

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Top tips for selling your business

1. Know your worth A good valuation is a great starting point but don’t forget to focus on improving the multiple rather than just the profit. 2. It’s all about revenues, but don’t lose sight of profits Buyers are looking […]

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What is Probate?

‘Probate‘ is the application for the right to deal with a deceased person’s affairs (called ‘administering the estate‘). Different terms apply, depending on whether or not the deceased person left a will and where they lived. Different terms associated with […]

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Why start a business?

Starting a business can be both challenging and rewarding. 1. You are your own boss. Being your own boss gives you the freedom to do things your way and implement your own plans. 2. You get to do what you’re […]

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Conveyancing Explained

Conveyancing is the transfer of the legal title of a property from one person to another. Conveyancing usually involves three major landmarks: (1) a seller accepts an offer from a potential buyer to purchase their property; (2) contracts are exchanged […]

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Why you should have a shareholders agreement

A shareholders agreement is one of the most important documents a privately owned company should have. It will set out the rules, obligations and responsibilities of the shareholders, their relationship with each other and their relationship with the company both […]

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