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.

A right of light is the ability to enjoy the natural light that passes over land belonging to another, such as a neighbouring property, through the windows, sky lights and glass roofs in or on a property - often referred to as ap...
Where a Personal Representative (PR) is required to administer an Estate which includes a property in poor condition, can the PR make improvements to the property in the hope that a higher sale price can be achieved and do...
If a tenant breaches the conditions of a commercial lease the landlord is entitled to take legal action against the tenant if the lease permits. Forfeiture is the ultimate remedy available – but which way? Peaceable re-entry or Court pr...
If you need to part company with a director, for the good of the business, it may not be appropriate to follow your disciplinary procedure. Our Employment Law team look at your options.Alex Pearce, an employment law specialist at Pinney...
Have you tried to purchase a property and found yourself in a situation where you have been outbid or 'gazumped'?Or have you tried to sell a property, and found yourself in a situation where a purchaser pulls out during the transaction?...
Alternative Dispute Resolution – no one wants to go to court to have a Judge decide on the division of their assets.There are other options to court including negotiation, arbitration, collaborative and mediationBury St Edmunds – this is our "local" ...

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