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  • 09/02/2024

    Buying a property together – how can you protect your investment?

    Buying a property is the largest transaction most of us will make, so it is natural to that we want to make sure that investment is protected. When more than one person purchases a property, you will each be a co-owner. As co-owners, you can either hold the property as Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common. What are Joint Tenants? If you hold the property as joint tenants, both of you will own the whole of the property. You will not each have a specific share in the property and will not be able to leave a share of the property in your Will. If you sell the property, it will be presumed that you both own the property equally, regardless of each of your contributions to the purchase price. If one of the co-owners dies, their interest would automatically pass to the other co-owner. The surviving...
  • 07/02/2024

    Lexcel Re-Accreditation 2023-24

    We are delighted to announce we have been accredited with the Law Society award, Lexcel, in recognising excellence in standards for another year. We were first accredited with the Lexcel quality mark in 2006, and the annual process is a rigorous application and assessment which includes compliance checks and an on-site visit from an independent experienced Lexcel accessor. The quality mark shows that The Eric Whitehead Partnership has met their very high standards in the way it is managed. Director, Nicola Robinson, said of the re-accreditation: “Once again, this is great recognition for the professionalism and dedication of our teams. The award also demonstrates our commitment to providing the best customer service. I would like to say a big thank you to everyone for their hard work, as...