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Can I use a gifted deposit to buy my first property?

Can I use a gifted deposit to buy my first property?

Posted on May 15, 2019, by Jane Stewart

Jane Stewart, Chartered Legal Executive in the Residential Property team at Coodes Solicitors explains what first time buyers need to…

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What is domestic abuse and what help is available?

What is domestic abuse and what help is available?

Posted on May 15, 2019, by Shelley Workman

Shelley Workman from Coodes Solicitors’ Family team outlines some of the different forms of domestic abuse and says that help…

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Are care home negligence claims on the increase?

Are care home negligence claims on the increase?

Posted on May 15, 2019, by Julie Hatton

Julie Hatton, Partner and Law Society accredited clinical negligence specialist, says that Coodes Solicitors is handling a growing number of…

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Defamation: what can you do if someone attacks your reputation?

Defamation: What can you do if someone attacks your reputation?

Posted on May 15, 2019, by Ben Sidgwick

Ben Sidgwick, Associate in Coodes Solicitors’ Personal Disputes team, discusses the subject of defamation where reputation is everything. Defamation involves…

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Leasehold reform: Positive steps taken to protect leaseholders

Leasehold reform: Positive steps taken to protect leaseholders

Posted on May 15, 2019, by David Smith

Chartered Legal Executive and Head of the Leasehold team in Coodes Solicitors’ Residential Property team, David Smith, outlines the Government…

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Five surprising reasons why people put off making a Will

Five surprising reasons why people put off making a Will

Posted on May 15, 2019, by Richard Pollock

Richard Pollock, Partner in Coodes Solicitors’ Wills, Probate and Trusts team, says that people can put off making a Will…

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Tenant fees ban: how will the Act affect new and existing renters?

Tenant fees ban: how will the Act affect new and existing renters?

Posted on May 14, 2019, by Laura Noble

Laura Noble, Head of the Buy to Let team in Coodes Solicitors’ Residential Property sector, outlines the tenant fees ban…

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What is a Public Law Outline meeting and why have I been invited to one?

What is a Public Law Outline meeting and why have I been invited to one?

Posted on May 03, 2019, by Machaela O'Brien

Machaela O’Brien, Family Executive at Coodes Solicitors, outlines what a Public Law Outline meeting entails and why it is important…

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Divorce law: new legislation introduces no-fault divorce

Divorce law: new legislation introduces no-fault divorce

Posted on April 10, 2019, by Shelley Workman

Shelley Workman from Coodes Solicitors’ Family team welcomes the new divorce law reforms, allowing couples to apply for a no-fault…

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Why new trade mark laws could benefit UK businesses

Why new trade mark laws could benefit UK businesses

Posted on April 05, 2019, by Sonya Bassett

Sonya Bassett, Partner and Head of Corporate and Commercial at Coodes Solicitors explains how the new Trade Marks Directive could…

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