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Sheena Bradfield, Paralegal, Litigation, Colemans Solicitors

Is there a crisis in the UK Private Rental property market?

July 31, 2023

The simple answer is a resounding “YES”. BBC News reported this week that the number of people looking to buy residential property in the UK has fallen by 18% in a month and is down 40% on this time last year. Increasing interest rates have priced many potential buyers of residential property out of the…

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Kate Williams, Managing Partner at Colemans Solicitors

Helping others get on the property ladder: Gifted Deposits

February 20, 2023

Gifted deposits have become increasingly commonplace in recent years as young people are finding it incredibly difficult to get on the property ladder without financial assistance. If you are gifting a sum of money to a child or other family member, you will be asked to comply with a number of regulatory requirements. Firstly, you…

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John Randle, Solicitor, Family Law at Colemans Solicitors

Private Financial Dispute Resolution (FDR) Hearings

February 13, 2023

John Randle at Colemans is a specialist family solicitor with over 30 years’ experience dealing with complex, high value divorce cases …. The court system has been in crisis for some time now, with a lack of judges against an increasing number of contested court cases, both in financial remedy cases and private children law…

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John Randle, Solicitor, Family Law at Colemans Solicitors

Employee Spotlight: John Randle

August 22, 2022

John Randle has specialised in Family Law for over 30 years and is recognised by the Chambers and Partners legal directory as a ‘family expert’. In this interview, John talks about his work, his motivations – and of course, his favourite football team! What kinds of Family Law work do you do? Over the years,…

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John Randle, Solicitor, Family Law at Colemans Solicitors

No fault divorce

March 28, 2022

In a matter of a few weeks, separating couples will be able to get a divorce, legal partnership or civil partnership dissolution without having to blame one another for the breakdown of their relationship. The government originally planned to introduce no-fault divorce in the August of 2021 but admitted in June 2021, that their original…

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John Randle – the new face of Family Law at Colemans

November 18, 2021

Colemans Solicitors , like most other businesses over the last 18 months, has faced many changes. One very positive change is that with effect from 1 November 2021 we have welcomed John Randle to the team. John is a highly regarded and vastly experienced family solicitor. His career to date has spanned over 30 years,…

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What is a “gifted deposit”?

July 26, 2021

A gifted mortgage deposit means that all or part of your deposit is given to you by someone else. It can come from a family member or a friend, although some mortgage lenders prefer to lend in these circumstances where the gifted deposits come from a family member which is something to bear in mind…

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How do I change my child’s name?

June 30, 2021

There are a number of reasons why a parent may wish to change their child’s name. For example, a parent may be distressed by calling the child by the child’s registered name, for instance, a child named after an absent or violent parent. Or, a parent may wish all the children of the family to…

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