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Samuel Phillips Law Blog

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Residential Property

Sam and Phil’s family is expanding! What do they need to know before selling their home?

Sam and Phillip have found themselves at a crossroads as their family is expanding and they are expecting a child. With the arrival of their first child, their cosy home is now cramped, and they are looking to purchase a larger family home.

Family Law

Cohabitation Agreements and Declaration of Trusts – When should you get one?

Sam contributed more money than Phillip to their new home - how she can protect the money she invested?

Samuel Phillips Law

Buy-to-let property investment

Should you purchase a buy-to-let property investment in your name or in a property investment limited company?

Residential Property

Samuel Phillips Law proudly supporting inaugural National Conveyancing Week

Samuel Phillips Law is proud to support National Conveyancing Week to raise the profile of organisations who conduct property transactions

Residential Property

Schemes for First Time Buyers: The Mortgage Guarantee Scheme

With only a month to go until the end of the Help to Buy Equity Loan Scheme, we take a look at some of the other schemes available to First Time Buyers.

Residential Property

Schemes for First Time Buyers: Rent to Buy

With just 5 weeks to go until the end of the Help to Buy Equity Loan Scheme, we take a look at some of the other schemes available to First Time Buyers.

Residential Property

Schemes for First Time Buyers: Deposit Unlock

With just 8 weeks to go until the end of the Help To Buy Equity Loan Scheme, we take a look at some of the other schemes available to First Time Buyers.

Residential Property

Are you a first time buyer using the Help to Buy Equity Loan Scheme?

The Government has announced that homebuilders have until 17th March 2023 to finish building your home and you must legally complete your purchase by 31st March 2023.

Family Law

Cohabitation Agreement & Joint Ownership

In the previous 12 months, owing to Covid-19 and the Stamp Duty holiday, there has been a property boom, and this appears to show no signs of stopping with the housing market remaining extremely competitive. For couples moving in together or relocating to a new family home it will no doubt be an exciting time and there will be a variety of important decisions to be made. Should we laminate or carpet the house? Which utility provider should we choose? Will the spare room be a guest room or home gym?

Residential Property

The proverbial ‘race to the bottom’

For as long as I can remember, there has been an ongoing debate surrounding the fees charged by conveyancers. The optics of this debate are invariably set from two viewpoints: ‘We don't charge enough' and ‘They charge too much’.

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