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  • Conveyancing quotes: what you need to know



    Buying a new home is exciting, whether it is a first-time purchase, a step up the property ladder or a buy-to-let investment. In all cases, you will need a conveyancing lawyer to act for you to ensure you are alerted to any potential problems or risks, and that your purchase proceeds as smoothly as possible.

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  • 23 February – Staffordshire Wildlife Nestbox building event receives a boost from Myers & Co Solicitors



    A recent donation from our dress down days and charity events will fund equipment for Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s nestbox building day in February half term

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  • What type of will do I need?



    You may not realise it, but when it comes to making a will there are different types to choose from and, as Stephen Myers, wills and probate specialist with Myers and Co Solicitors in Stoke on Trent explains, the right type of will for you will depend on your circumstances.

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  • Having trouble getting paid by a partnership?



    If your business is owed money by a partnership, and previous efforts to recoup the debt have failed, you may now be considering what to do next. Businesses in this situation have several options but are often attracted by what they perceive to be the quick fix of insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings, but as Dermot Callinan, commercial dispute resolution lawyer at Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke on Trent explains, this option is not available to everyone and may not always be appropriate.

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  • Property boundaries and rights of access: what are they and why do they matter?



    What happens where you need to cross a boundary line to maintain or repair your property, or even to read your gas and electricity meters? A recent court case considered this issue and highlights the importance of taking legal advice. Kerry Dundas, residential property expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Staffordshire explains more.

    Read More »
  • Conveyancing quotes: what you need to know



    Buying a new home is exciting, whether it is a first-time purchase, a step up the property ladder or a buy-to-let investment. In all cases, you will need a conveyancing lawyer to act for you to ensure you are alerted to any potential problems or risks, and that your purchase proceeds as smoothly as possible.

    Read More »
  • 23 February – Staffordshire Wildlife Nestbox building event receives a boost from Myers & Co Solicitors



    A recent donation from our dress down days and charity events will fund equipment for Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s nestbox building day in February half term

    Read More »
  • What type of will do I need?



    You may not realise it, but when it comes to making a will there are different types to choose from and, as Stephen Myers, wills and probate specialist with Myers and Co Solicitors in Stoke on Trent explains, the right type of will for you will depend on your circumstances.

    Read More »
  • Having trouble getting paid by a partnership?



    If your business is owed money by a partnership, and previous efforts to recoup the debt have failed, you may now be considering what to do next. Businesses in this situation have several options but are often attracted by what they perceive to be the quick fix of insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings, but as Dermot Callinan, commercial dispute resolution lawyer at Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke on Trent explains, this option is not available to everyone and may not always be appropriate.

    Read More »
  • Property boundaries and rights of access: what are they and why do they matter?



    What happens where you need to cross a boundary line to maintain or repair your property, or even to read your gas and electricity meters? A recent court case considered this issue and highlights the importance of taking legal advice. Kerry Dundas, residential property expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Staffordshire explains more.

    Read More »