Legal Hub

Legal Hub

Welcome to Pinney Talfourd’s Legal Hub - an area for frequently asked questions relating to the legal world. You might need advice about how to choose a divorce lawyer, when is the best time to draft up a Will, or how to start up a new business.

You might be trying to work out how to set up a trust for your children, or perhaps you’re in a situation where you think you have been unfairly dismissed from a position at work.

Our Legal Hub will hopefully make answering those questions much easier. Each one of our FAQs and legal updates has been written by a solicitor in our law firm in Essex, and they are on hand to tackle any further queries you may have.

If you do not see the question you need answering here, then please contact us using the form to the right; we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as we can.

Whether you have received an unsolicited invitation to sell your business, or if a sale is part of your own carefully thought out plan, a successful sale will be heavily defined by events in the early stages. Our adv...
When it comes to litigation, sometimes it is hard to identify exactly what it all means. The Party Wall Act 1996 is national legislation providing a framework to enable neighbours who share a boundary to carry out building works.​ ...
London has been the subject of Party Wall Legislation for a considerable period of time with specific legislation dating from the Great Fire of London in 1666! The extent of rebuilding required after the Great Fire was enormous. Building owners neede...
A number of factors can give rise to there being an international element to your divorce and it is important to consider these upon separation as they often provide an extra level of complication.If any of the below apply to your situation you may h...
All property in England and Wales is owned on either a freehold basis or a leasehold basis. Flats are almost universally sold as leasehold property. In 2002 commonhold was introduced to enable the freehold ownership of flats. However, since 2002...
On 1 January 2019 a new disclosure regime was launched for any matters in the Business and Property Courts. This is set out in CPR51(u) and aims to bring the process up-to-date and encourage greater efficiency.The primary CPR Rule deal...

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