In this video, Angela Neale, joint Head of Residential Property at Comptons introduces us to the department and services offered.
Writing Wills and Estate Planning may seem to some, something to get round to in the future. But rather alarmingly, a recent IRN Wills and Probate Research Report, titled UK Wills & Probate Market 2020: Consumer Research Report*, has found that fewer than 4 in 10 adults in the UK have made a Will, despite owning a property.
Comptons Solicitors was established in 1987 and has seen some real change in the legal and technological landscape during those 30+ years. James Compton introduces our new website and discusses why now more than ever it’s important for law firms to be digitally-focused.
There is a common perception that when married, it is a person’s ‘obligation’ to satisfy their partner sexually on the terms of their partner. It is a difficult subject for many to discuss or seek legal advice, so we have created this join article to address some of the myths and where the law stands on non-consensual sex in a marriage and whether it constitutes martial rape.
In this video, James Compton, Partner and Head of Enfranchisement introduces our Leasehold Property department (Lease Clinic) and its services.
In this video, Angela Neale, joint Head of Residential Property at Comptons answers the most pressing questions we found being asked online about buying and selling property. Let’s dive in!
In this video, Angela Neale, joint Head of Residential Property at Comptons explains the key steps in the conveyancing process, breaking down the timeline from start to finish.
On Valentine’s Day you see a lovely array of proposals on social media capturing the moment or that all important beautiful ring. After taking a moment to enjoy the romantic aspect of commitment that two people are making to one another, as a family lawyer you start to think about the practical element of both parties protecting themselves should the marriage end.
During the lockdown, the BBC published an article highlighting the increased number of calls to advice and supportive helplines. It was reported that the National Domestic Abuse Helpline had more that 40,000 calls in the first few months of lockdown.