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On September 17, 2018

What Should I Do If My Tenants Don’t Pay?

It’s not always smooth sailing when it comes to tenancy and this is certainly true when it comes to unpaid rent. Although it can be a stressful situation for you as the landlord, it is important to remember that there may be an unfortunate reason behind the lack of payment from your tenant’s side. So,
On July 15, 2018

A guide to making your will

Making a will is not the most thrilling job you have to complete, but it is essential if you want the peace of mind of knowing that your loved ones are properly provided for in the event of your death. Leaving a will ensures that your assets are distributed exactly as you wish, with no
On June 15, 2018

Your guide to inheritance tax and probate when a family member dies

There are many emotions that you have to work through when a family member dies that includes those associated with any practical formalities. The loss of a loved one comes with the responsibility of having to deal with the expense of handling all financial matters, including their estate. Below we offer a quick guide to
On June 14, 2016

 What Is The Cost of Buying a Home?

You have been saving for the last few years and at last you are ready to take the plunge to buy your first home, but what are the full costs going to be? Well for most of us it is going to involve taking out a mortgage. For this you will need to speak to
On April 13, 2015

Disposals – Selling a Business

If you’ve invested heavily in the growth and success of your company over the years, it makes good business sense to plan an exit strategy. It’s important to recognise when the time has come to move on and sell your business. The further in advance you do this the better, as most people find it
On March 23, 2015

How To Sell Your House in 2015

There has been considerable improvement in the housing market in the past year according to research by Lloyds Bank. The bank said that sales in 2014 were 21% higher than in 2013, with over three quarters of a million property sales recorded and the housing market in 2015 is buoyant again. Putting your house on
On February 2, 2015

What to Consider Before Buying a Business

At Peter Robinson & Co. we provide customers with a range of services covering residential and commercial property conveyancing. One of the services we provide revolves around helping clients looking to buy a business. What are the advantages of buying a business? There are many advantages to buying a business, and it can be a
On November 10, 2014

Wills & Inheritance – Changes to Intestacy Rules

Making a will is one of the most important stages in your life, and without one the law decides who will benefit from your estate – and this may not be what you wanted. What are intestacy rules? Around one in three people die without a valid will for certain reasons. Legally, this is called
On May 12, 2014

Conveyancing Checklist – For Solicitors

The conveyancing process when selling a property can be a lot more straightforward than buying, with a lot less administrative duties to take care of, however there are a few things that you can do to help avoid delays. Peter Robinson & Co. are here to guide you through the process of selling your property,