IMPORTANT NOTICE- CORONAVIRUS

A message to our clients:

In light of the current climate and the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 we wanted to reassure all our clients that we are committed to following the Government guidelines and advice from the World Health Organistation as we get it.

Currently we can continue to operate our business as usual across all the services that we offer our clients, both current and prospective. We will be monitoring this and will be adapting to the situation as it presents itself in the coming months.

Current advice is to limit direct contact with clients which means that we request that you do not attend our offices unless it is essential and agreed in advance by one of our directors.

We request that to help enable us to fight the spread of the virus all communication is by email, telephone or post until further notice. The health of our clients and our staff is of the highest importance to us so we hope that you can respect our request.

Our family and wills/probate solicitors will continue to offer initial advice for up to one hour (as advertised on this website) but by telephone only. Please call us if you would like to speak to one of our experts. If you have a case in court please telephone us so we can discuss representation.

We appreciate your patience, support and understanding. Stay safe and thank you for your co-operation.

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If you’re considering setting up home or moving in with your partner, and want to know all the implications, Battrick Clark Solicitors of Bristol offer all the help and legal advice you will need.

  • We can give you information about your legal position as a cohabitee
  • We can help you draw up a written agreement relating to any property involved
  • We can advise you on any disputes that could arise

Cohabitation agreement and disputes

Setting up home? You need to think about the future to avoid messy financial disputes.

The best way of achieving this is by regulating your cohabitation by way of a written agreement. An agreement is always advisable, particularly when you are each putting in different amounts of capital when buying a house or when one of you is paying the mortgage. We can offer a fixed fee to draw up an agreement that will suit you both. We can only act for one of you, and so your partner will have to seek independent legal advice.

 

Please contact us for further information.

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