Wills, Probate and Tax Planning
If you care about what happens to your property after you die then you should make a will. It is particularly important to make a will if you are not married to your partner because the law does not automatically recognise partners as having the same rights as husbands and wives.
Buying and Selling your Home
Moving home is said to be one of the most stressful experiences in life. At Hallett & Co we aim to minimize this stress by guiding you through the transaction from the time a sale or purchase is agreed to the day you move.
Disputes, be them with service providers, insurers, builders and trades, over wills or trusts or with public authorities, all require delicate handling. We can advise and represent you fully, both applying the law and robustly asserting your rights.
Family problems relating to Divorce or Separation from your partner can be very stressful. However, with the right information and professional advice, the breakdown of your relationship need not be so difficult.
The relationship between you and your employer is crucial. It is vital that if you have any concerns regarding your employment, you seek legal advice as soon as possible. Most employment issues are time critical.
Accident, illness or loss of a loved one is awful enough without the added pressure of dealing with a claim for compensation.
We recognise that property litigation can be very stressful for the individual as often it will involve disputes that go on for some time and are often with people you know such as neighbours. We will always give you accurate up to date advice to make sure that you have realistic expectations of your case.