Archive: September 29, 2015

andrews ritson New Recruit Olivia Appleby Is First Class

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  andrews ritson, solicitors in Bridgnorth are delighted to welcome Olivia Appleby as a paralegal to join their expanding  team. Olivia, who graduated with a first class law degree has joined the firm working as a paralegal in the firm’s growing property department. “It is great to be able to welcome someone with Olivia’s qualifications to our team” commented Jonathan Ritson, Director and Head of Property. “We are really busy…

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Shropshire solicitors andrews ritson Enjoy Family Fun Day

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Bridgnorth solicitors andrews ritson enjoyed their first ever Family Day in glorious sunshine in the heart of South Shropshire. The firm held the event at Director Jonathan Ritson’s home for the first time and a fun time was had by all. “We have taken 2 years to assemble a team of exceptional lawyers and support staff and it was great to see everyone together and enjoying themselves” said Rob Andrews, Jonathan’s…

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All Change For Residential Landlords

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The law relating to residential properties let on Assured Shorthold Tenancies is changing with effect from 1st October 2015. The Assured Shorthold Tenancy Notices and Prescribed Requirements (England) Regulations 2015 come into force at the start of next month and residential Landlords will need to update themselves of the new law and procedures. The principal changes are: A Section 21 notice issued by a Landlord seeking possession of the property cannot…

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I’m Married: I Don’t Need A Will

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I’m married: I don’t need a will. Yes you do Why? If I die everything I own will go to my husband/wife, right? Wrong! But I thought it was just automatic if you were married? No. If you die without leaving a will the Rules of Intestacy apply to all your property. That sounds a bit complicated. What does it mean? It means that your husband or wife will get…

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Solicitor Lynn Meets Bridgnorth Carers

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Bridgnorth solicitor, Lynn Vowles of andrews ritson has given her first talk in a series of Autumn road shows. Lynn, who specialises in Private Client work at the Shropshire solicitors firm, spoke to Bridgnorth Carers about the importance of considering the benefits of having Powers of Attorneys in place relating to both financial and health and welfare matters for those whose age or health may mean that they rely on others…

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