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Latimer Hinks Calls for Stricter Safeguarding for the Affairs of Vulnerable People

Latimer Hinks Calls for Stricter Safeguarding for the Affairs of Vulnerable People

18th February 2020
In 2018/19, the Court of Protection received 721 applications to censure or remove attorneys, up from 465 applications in the ... Read More

Is Political Change Likely to Have any Effect on the Property Market?

Is Political Change Likely to Have any Effect on the Property Market?

20th January 2020
It is prudent, then, to look at where the market has been since the 2017 election, which led eventually to ... Read More

What happens when the younger generation turn their backs on the family business?

What happens when the younger generation turn their backs on the family business?

13th January 2020
In a world of big corporations and high street chains, family businesses are the heart of the UK economy. Whether ... Read More

Latimer Hinks Solicitors calls on Local Residents to make Legal and Financial Resolutions this New Year

Latimer Hinks Solicitors calls on Local Residents to make Legal and Financial Resolutions this New Year

23rd December 2019
Although estate planning is not a traditional task to undertake during the festive season, the firm is encouraging people to ... Read More

Latimer Hinks Calls for more Professional Support for People with Dementia Living in Rural Areas

Latimer Hinks Calls for more Professional Support for People with Dementia Living in Rural Areas

25th November 2019
The firm, which has a specialist agricultural department, has observed that ‘rural dementia’ has become more prevalent in recent years, ... Read More

Think and Prepare before you Buy

Think and Prepare before you Buy

24th November 2019
Regardless of age, when you’re buying property for the first time, there are common mistakes that people make, due to ... Read More

Who Wants to Sue their own Children?

Who Wants to Sue their own Children?

19th November 2019
The research found that comparing this year to 2016, there were three times as many cases of parents pursuing their ... Read More

First Impressions Really do Count

First Impressions Really do Count

7th November 2019
Many people treat buying a property like internet dating – they scan through the pictures, pick the ones they think ... Read More

Richmondshire Community Support Service Boosted by Memorial Donation

Richmondshire Community Support Service Boosted by Memorial Donation

30th October 2019
The Bridge, based at Catterick Garrison, provides a day centre and home support services for its members to boost their ... Read More

Pets can be a Problem for Renters

Pets can be a Problem for Renters

29th October 2019
However, despite there being nine million dogs and eight million cats living in this country, finding a property to let ... Read More