Down on the farm…Part three

20th Apr, 2018

And so the farming saga continues with our series of articles relating to disputes concerning agricultural property. This time a daughter, Lucy Hubberfield, recovers more than a million pounds from her parents after a lifetime of promises. (more…)

Changes affecting Energy Performance Certificates for residential lets

18th Apr, 2018

For some years now residential landlords have been required to obtain an energy performance certificate (EPC) relating to their property, and to provide this to their tenant at the start of the tenancy agreement. (more…)

What has happened to my inheritance?

12th Apr, 2018

Unfortunately many people go through life assuming a certain level of inheritance will be coming their way only to discover that, by some surprise, the money or valuable items have disappeared. Or, perhaps a valuable asset forming the estate (such as a property) has already been given away to another person. The common explanation given in this situation is that the deceased gave a gift of that particular item, money or property during their lifetime. (more…)

Do I need a solicitor for probate?

10th Apr, 2018

When a family member dies and leaves what appears to be a very clear will, it could certainly be assumed that the probate process will therefore be very straightforward.

However, probate is often more complicated than many people realise. (more…)

The importance of understanding directors’ duties

27th Mar, 2018

The Companies Act 2006 provides a code of company law for the UK and includes a whole host of rules which must be followed. It consists of 1300 sections and 700 pages so the rules are plentiful! (more…)


Bubble Rush 2018

We are proud to be the main sponsor of this year’s Bubble Rush in aid of Children’s Hospice South West. (more…)

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Armed Forces Day

GA Solicitors will have a stand on the Hoe for Armed Forces Day 2018. (more…)

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