After the hustle and bustle of the festive season many people will have made New Years’ resolutions and will be considering what changes they are going to make in 2019. For some this could mean making big decisions, such as buying a new house, starting a business and thinking about the future. At Hegarty Solicitors we can offer help and advice for all of life’s ups and downs.
Whether you are a first-time buyer, looking to move to a new home or are adding to your property portfolio, our experienced conveyancers will guide you through the process from start to finish and will ensure you complete as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Whether you are launching a new venture, merging with another business, investing, restructuring your company or deciding upon your exit strategy, our specialist corporate solicitors are perfectly placed to help you through the process.
So whether you are just starting out or have an already established business, we will give you sound legal advice to help you achieve your corporate objectives.
Click here to find out more about the legal aspects to consider when starting a new business.
Getting married is an exciting time but it is wise to take some time to think about important aspects such as finances and property. You may wish to consider a pre-nuptial agreement which sets out the ownership of assets. We offer a specialised consultation for initial advice on pre-nuptial agreements for £150+VAT.
After marriage, you may consider creating a joint Will or individual Wills now that the majority of your finances and assets will be combined.
Many people are not aware that getting married automatically invalidates your Will unless appropriate steps have been taken. No one likes to think about their own demise, but ensuring your final wishes are made clear and legally recognised is the perfect way to protect your loved ones from unnecessary stress.
Read our article 5 Top Tips for Newly Engaged Couples for further information.
For some the New Year will mean making difficult decisions about their relationship.
When a marriage or partnership breaks down it can be one of the most traumatic and emotional times in a person’s life. It can be difficult to know where to begin and there may be many unanswered questions emotionally and practically. Many people considering a divorce are concerned how it will affect their children, finances and home and are unsure what options they have or how the divorce process works.
Our family law team offer an initial meeting to talk to one of our highly qualified solicitors for initial advice for just £150 + VAT.