Bankruptcy solicitors Oldham with Bromleys? Whether personal or business related, financial problems can prove extremely distressing for those involved. Knowing you’re facing potential bankruptcy or insolvency can feel like a burden, and that’s why our team of solicitors will guide you through the process, providing practical yet valuable advice. Our team will review your current financial status and work hard to assess what needs to be done to obtain the best possible outcome for you, your business and your loved ones.
If you’re a business owner or Director, it’s more than likely that at some stage your business will be involved in some form of property transaction. Whether you’ll be acting as a tenant, investor, developer or commercial landlord, ensuring you seek professional legal support from the offset is crucial. Our previous experience in commercial property means our specialised solicitors are highly knowledgeable and up-to-speed with the most recent developments in the field. Taking on a proactive approach, our team will be on-hand to advise, support and guide you through the process from beginning to end. Working closely with all relevant parties, our solicitors will first look to gain a complete understanding of your business needs in order to provide tailored commercial property solutions.
Bromleys is the trading name of Bromleys Solicitors LLP, formerly known as Bromley Hyde & Robinson. We’ve been based in Ashton-under-Lyne for over 175 years and are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. We have an excellent reputation with our clients, peers and the wider business community and pride ourselves on providing clear, concise legal advice. We have very strong links within the local community and we not only act for, but strongly support local charities. We also provide free legal advice at our twice-weekly clinics to members of the local community. We are proud to be associated with both Tameside and Manchester. Find extra details at gifts to avoid care home fees.
As solicitors we advise on the benefits of having a properly drafted and executed Will to ensure that your wishes are carried out when you pass away. A Will has various aspects, but one vital part is the appointment of Executors, the people who will administer your estate after your death. Most people will appoint spouse, family or friends, some will appoint a professional such as their solicitor or accountant. It can seem like a privilege and an honour to be asked to be an Executor, but not many people understand the full consequences of what they are consenting to.
Planning for care home fees needs to be done carefully because this is a complex area of law. You should always seek legal advice before considering transferring your property to someone. You’ll also want to make sure that you don’t fall foul of the Deprivation of Assets Legislation, which allows local authorities to recover assets which they deem have been deliberately disposed of to avoid paying care fees. Local Authorities can apply to make an elderly person bankrupt and can apply to have a gift of property set aside. See even more info on here.