Protecting the farm with a Lasting Power of Attorney
March 15, 2022
Agricultural law Alistair Millar Lasting Power of Attorney Private Client law

Protecting the farm with a Lasting Power of Attorney

Alistair Millar, an agricultural lawyer and Partner at...

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Resolving COVID-19 commercial rent debts – what happens after 25 March 2022?
March 15, 2022
Business law Commercial law Dispute resolution

Resolving COVID-19 commercial rent debts – what happens after 25 March 2022?

The government may have lifted the remaining COVID-19 legal restrictions for citizens but there are many commercial tenants and landlords who will be dealing with fallout from the pandemic for a while...

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Testing for capacity to consent from a legal viewpoint
February 11, 2022
All Tallents Articles Lasting Power of Attorney Private Client law Wills

Testing for capacity to consent from a legal viewpoint

As a Private Client Solicitor, Clare Newton often describes herself as an unofficial Social Worker and she is sadly often involved in work...

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Alistair Millar discusses why farming partnerships need to clearly define who owns partnership assets via a partnership agreement
January 5, 2022
Agricultural law Alistair Millar

Changes to succession rights for tenant farmers

Upcoming changes to the Agricultural Holdings Act might impact succession rights for tenant farmers, says Alistair Millar of Tallents.

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Greeing childcare arrangements at Christmas
December 8, 2021
Andrew Stout Family law

‘Tidings of comfort and joy’ – agreeing childcare arrangements at Christmas

A divorce is never easy, especially when dependent children are involved, but agreeing childcare arrangements at Christmas can be particularly emotive and challenging as neither parent wants to miss...

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Opening hours for Tallents Solicitors over Christmas 2021
December 6, 2021
All Tallents Articles

Christmas & New Year opening hours

Tallents Solicitors would like to wish all our clients old and new a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Our opening hours over the festive period will be: Christmas Eve - Closing at...

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Free phone in family law clinic from Tallents Solicitors
December 1, 2021
Andrew Stout Family law Family law Specialisms

Phone in for free family law advice

The popular FREE family law clinic held by Tallents Solicitors on Tuesday evenings from 5-7pm will be a phone-based service during the coronavirus / COVID-19 crisis. Phone in for free family law...

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What you need to know about unregistered property
November 17, 2021
Alistair Millar All Tallents Articles Buying a home

The pitfalls of purchasing an unregistered property

It may come as a shock to find out that the dream property you are buying is unregistered but there’s no need to panic just yet, notes

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residential tenancy notice periods
October 27, 2021
Landlords Tenants

Warning as residential tenancy notice periods return to pre-pandemic timescales

From 1 October 2021 Section 21 and Section 8 Notice periods reverted back to pre-pandemic timescales in England. But what does this return to pre-pandemic timescales for residential tenancy notice...

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