Residential Letting Agents set to lose £157m due to the Tenants Fee Bill

22nd May, 2018

The government has now introduced its long-awaited Tenants Fee Bill to parliament. It was given its first reading on 2nd May 2018 and will be considered my MPs at its second reading, the date of which is yet to be announced. (more…)

Why search when the validity of a will is in dispute?

17th May, 2018

I am regularly approached by members of the public who have concerns about whether or not a person’s will is valid.

For a will to be valid, it must: (more…)

Have you looked at your will lately?

8th May, 2018

When making a will we can only do this to suit the circumstances we find ourselves in at that particular time. Without our crystal balls we cannot predict the future and, of course, situations change. This means the will may not necessarily reflect what we would like to see happen in say ten, or even five, years’ time. (more…)

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…)


Plymouth International Dementia Conference 2018

GA Solicitors will have a stand at the Plymouth International Dementia Conference on Friday, 4th May 2018. (more…)

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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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