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Advice for framing families on succession planning and dispute resolution

Newark and Mansfield Solicitors launch campaign to get more people writing a will

26th October 2020

Sarah Allen, Head of Wills, Trusts and Probate at Tallents Solicitors in Newark, Mansfield and Southwell, believes that the coronavirus pandemic has starkly reminded us all that no one knows what life holds for them.

Now, more than ever it is vitally important for people to have a valid will and that’s why she and her team at Newark and Mansfield are participating in Will Aid once more.

The will writing team at Tallents are volunteering their time to write basic single and joint (mirror) wills during November, waiving their fees and instead inviting clients to make a voluntary donation to Will Aid instead.

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Newark Landlord Seminar November 2019

Newark Landlord Seminar

25th October 2019

Landlord Seminar

Get updates from your local industry experts - 21st November 2019

This FREE seminar is for landlords and soon-to-be landlords in Newark and the surrounding area, who are looking for the latest business, tax and legal updates in the property sector.

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Initial fixed fee family law meeting

24th May 2019
initial fixed fee family law meeting in Newark

At Tallents Solicitors, we understand that the thought of running up large legal bills can be worrying.

So, to make things easier to understand, we offer a fixed fee for an initial fixed fee family law meeting with one of our experienced family law solicitors at our Newark office, for only £100 plus VAT.

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Landlords urged to improve energy efficiency of properties or face civil penalties

25th June 2018

As of the 1st April 2018, the government introduced new legislation requiring all landlords to ensure that the properties they let out comply with the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 and meet the minimum energy efficiency standards Regulations (MEES) for domestic and commercial properties.

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Leasing or licensing a property – what’s best for your situation?

23rd April 2018
There are several ways that property can be occupied but the most the most common is through the granting of a Lease or a Licence. Mandy Kaur, a property law specialist at Tallents Solicitors in Newark explains the important differences that both tenants and landlords should understand so they can choose the best option to suit their circumstances. What is… Read more