The Odiham branch of Bates Solicitors is on the move ….. but staying in Odiham. We have moved to 59 High Street, Odiham
We are delighted to announce that Camilla Lovell-Hoare joins Bates Solicitors. Camilla trained with a Top 100 Law firm and has experience in all aspects of private family law (contentious and non-contentious)
A marriage of many decades where a husband outlives his wife is a modern phenomenon which is set to increase. Equally, it is also the case that in marriages
Christmas 2018 | New Year 2019 Opening Hours Our offices close for the Seasonal Holiday on Friday 21 December 2018 at 5.00 pm We re-open in the New Year on Wednesday 2 January 2018 at 9.00 am Seasons Greetings from all our Staff
Congratulations to Briony Davies and Team Odiham for winning a prize for best dressed window competition 2018. It is part of our ethos
For retired property owners’ Equity Release can appear a simple option to obtain a large tax free sum of cash currently tied up in the bricks and mortar of their home. However, as with all major financial decisions, professional advice should be sought to ensure that the chosen scheme is the right one for you.
A new fund is being created to help speed up the delivery of thousands of new homes across England. Housing Secretary James Brokenshire says the government is entering into a partnership with Barclays Bank to provide £1 billion of loan finance to help support small and medium sized developers. Support, ranging between £5 million to £100 million
What is a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA?) A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document enabling you to nominate who you want to make decisions about your finances or health and welfare, in the event you are no longer able to do so. You appoint them as your Attorney.
An employer who told a woman that sexual advances from a Spanish colleague were just cultural differences has been ordered to pay her £24,000 compensation. The woman, who has not been
Tenants and leaseholders can now access official guidance on their rights when renting their home. The online rental guides, published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, are part of a continuing crackdown on poor practice by a minority of landlords and agents in the private rented and leasehold sectors. The Citizens Advice Bureau helped 65,000 private renters with more than 100,000 problems about their tenancy in 2017. …Read More