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Costs for Property Conveyancing: what you need to know.
Buying a new home is exciting, whether it is a first-time purchase or a step up the property ladder. When considering quotations for the cost of conveyancing however, it can be like comparing apples with pears.
Rundlewalker Again Sponsor Greenbow Running Club Straight 8 on August 4th 2018.
For the second year, we are thrilled to be sponsoring Greenbow Running Club, Exeter summer event "The Straight 8" on August 4th.
Divorce: am I entitled to share my spouse's pension?
As part of any discussion regarding family finances following divorce, it is important to consider pensions. This is particularly so if compared to your former spouse you only have a very modest pension of your own or perhaps no pension at all.
Sellers beware: Japanese Knotweed can seriously affect the saleability of your house.
If you have Japanese Knotweed in your garden it could seriously affect your chances of selling your home.
Has your former partner abducted your child?
In this article Sue Jury, family law expert with Rundlewalker Solicitors in Exeter, explains what to do if your former partner has taken your child without your permission and is refusing to return them.
Financing your home purchase (Part 2)
Sam Reid, conveyancing expert with Rundlewalker Solicitors in Exeter, looks at the implications of using a mortgage or private loan to finance your home purchase.
The importance of privacy when a family dispute goes to court
Airing your dirty laundry in public is never a good idea when it involves family matters, and particularly where children are involved.
Financing your home purchase (Part 1)
In a two-part series of articles, Sam Reid, conveyancing expert with Rundlewalker Solicitors in Exeter, explains how different ways to buy can affect your legal rights and why it is vital that you talk to your solicitor before you commit.
Stamp Duty Land Tax relief for first-time buyers
As of the recent Budget, all first time buyer purchases up to £300,000 have NO stamp duty, and if the first time buyers are inside London there will be no stamp duty on the first £300,000 of their purchase.
Who gets the house upon divorce?
Who gets the house on divorce? When a married couple separate, they need to decide what will happen to the family home.
Are you worried about losing your driving licence?
It's that time of year when the party poppers are coming out and the office parties present the chance of "just one more". But beware...