If an individual loses the capacity to manage their own affairs and make important decisions and they have not legally appointed someone to act as their attorney, it may be necessary to apply to the Court of Protection for a deputyship order. When someone...
Co-ownership arises when two or more people own a property. Co-ownership can often be difficult to manage because often it is not easy for the co-owners to agree completely as to how the property should be managed. This is true especially when decisions must be made about a sale of the property and the division of monetary proceeds of sale.
Whatever reason you have for a co-ownership dispute, we will help you reach a resolution on the best possible terms for you, whether that involves court proceedings, mediation or negotiation.
If you have any concerns about your rights we invite you to call Mark Ridley on 01252 733 770 to discuss your case in confidence.