Houldsworth Solicitors – effective solutions in most areas of law. From property and employment to wills and commercial law, our specialist team is here to get the best possible results. We strive to make a positive difference through our commitment to offering quality, cost effective legal services.
You can find more details of all of our legal services below.
Houldsworth Solicitors hold the Conveyancing Quality Mark and helped thousands of people move from one property to another. We are proud of our efficient and streamlined service which assists you with the legal processes associated with one of the biggest decisions you will probably make. We ensure that you are confident that the title to your property has been fully investigated and we can advise on additional reports such as flooding, mining, energy efficiency and ground stability.
We also have the expertise of advising clients on purchases of shared ownership properties and new builds and the governments help to buy scheme.
So whether you are buying, selling, remortgaging or have a general property enquiry, please contact us.GET AN INSTANT QUOTE
All your commercial property transactions from the acquisition, letting or sale of your commercial unit will be dealt with effectively by our experienced team. We ensure you have a full understanding of the complexities and negotiations ensuring a swift completion.
We all like to think the marriage is forever but sadly this is not always the case – do you have a trust, inheritance or wealth of your own that you want to protect in the event of a divorce/separation? Perhaps this is a second marriage and you wish to preserve your assets for your own children. If this is the case then a pre-nuptial agreement is the answer.
Following a legal decision in 2010 pre nuptial agreements are now legally binding on the parties as long as both have fully disclosed their assets to each other and both have received legal advice.
Contact Houldsworth Solicitors to discuss what legal help and assistance you need in your particular circumstances.
When people are faced with a break up of a relationship they may be confused and too emotional to make rational decisions long term. We will listen carefully to your problems and advise you of how to resolve them.
We are delighted to be an accredited member of the Law Society’s Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WICS). This shows that we follow best practice procedures to meet the highest standards of technical expertise and client service in providing tailored wills and probate advice to our clients.
We specialise in probate, inheritance tax planning, Wills and also preparing and registering, with the Office of the Public Guardian, Lasting Powers of Attorney and also registrations of Enduring Powers of Attorney.
Our team can also make applications in relation to Court of Protection matters and can advise in respect of asset protection and care home queries.
Nobody relishes the thought of what will happen when you are gone. Here at Houldsworth Solicitors, this specialised team will provide you with the best advice for insuring that the needs of your heirs are secured and will ensure that your tax liability is minimised.
Having a Will is essential but many people put this off thinking that it is expensive and complicated. This is simply not the case. Contact the team for more information.
Managing agricultural properties and land can often require the advice of an experienced agricultural solicitor. Whether you’re leasing a farm, disputing a boundary or organising the sale of land, Houldsworth Solicitors can guide you to a satisfactory result with the least possible time and expense.
Good mental health is something that we all take for granted.
But there are many life events that can see us lapse into the unfortunate position of mental incapacity, leaving us vulnerable, alone and without help or support.
Appointing an attorney under a Lasting Power of Attorney (or LPA) to support your decision making during times of difficulty is essential as without an LPA you will only receive very limited (if indeed you receive any) support from the Court of Protection when medical and social services personnel seek to implement policy, costs driven decisions that directly affect your health and wellbeing; where financial decision making is concerned without an LPA you are further risking direct intervention by outside agencies in the future management of your personal finances.
If however, you are caught out before your situation can be managed more effectively by executing LPAs then it is vital that your loved ones seek competent professional legal advice as early as possible to secure a Deputy Order from the Court of Protection before outside agencies do so on your behalf based on their own policy, cost driven "best interests" grounds that pay little regard to your wish to provide a secure inheritance for your family and loved ones.
Don't then leave it to chance, contact Houldsworth Solicitors now to secure your appointment.
At Houldsworth Solicitors we are always looking for ways to speed up the conveyancing process for our clients. The government tried to do this many years ago with the, now obsolete, Home Information Packs (HIPS).
One of the most time consuming parts of the conveyancing process is simply completing the procedural documentation that is required to enable the sale to proceed. We find on average usually two weeks can be wasted whilst the forms are completed and documents obtained. Unfortunately, we are unable to do anything about the amount of forms that need to be concluded however they can be filled in and completed at a much earlier stage hence saving vital weeks in the conveyancing process. If you use our Quick Sale service then as soon as a buyer is found or you find a property to purchase then the matter can be activated immediately.
If you are selling a property, we will ensure that as soon as the sale has been agreed we will e-mail the contract and all supporting documentation to the buyer’s solicitor within two days from receipt of the memorandum of sale.
The forms that need to be completed are general information on yourself and also the property you are either buying or selling.
Please contact Ricky Allen who is the Head of our Quick Sale Service.
Buying a Mobile Home whether it be a new Park Home from the Site Operator or a second hand home from a resident can be a relatively straightforward process however it is always advised that you seek legal advice before and during your purchase.
You should always be aware of your rights and obligations under the Mobile Homes Act to ensure that all of the correct documentation is in place. At Houldsworth Solicitors we have created a specialist service to assist you with your purchase of a Park Home which includes: –