podcasts

In the THP Solicitors podcast series, we cut through the legalese to informally discuss topical issues and answer common questions about the law.

We will be adding new podcast episodes regularly. You can sign-up to get our free legal updates below. 

LATEST EPISODE

THE FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF DIVORCE OR DISSOLUTION

Richard Rodway from our Family & Divorce team and Helen Fraser, an Independent Financial Adviser from Orchard House, talk about the financial aspects of a divorce or the dissolution of a civil partnership. What people need to be prepared for, what they need to consider, and the implications after the marriage or civil partnership ends.

Islamic marriage and divorce in the UK

Ruby Tufail of THP Solicitors talks about Nikah, Mehr, Talak, Khula and other forms of Islamic divorce and how these interplay with civil law in England & Wales.

The conveyancing process when you buy or sell a property

Denise Stradling, from THP Solicitors’ Residential Property team, explains the various stages of the conveyancing process when you buy or sell a property.
Contact:
Associate, Chartered Legal Executive & Licenced Conveyancer – Residential Property

Settlement Agreements – What Employees and Employers should know

Laura Colebook of THP Solicitors talks about Settlement Agreements, why and how they are used, and what should be considered when drafting and/or signing one.

WHY MAKING A LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY IS SO IMPORTANT

Our Wills, Trusts and Estate Administration team delve into Property & Financial LPAs and Health & Welfare LPAs, to explain what they are, how they are used and why we all need them.
Contact:

Solicitor – Wills , Trusts & Estate Administration

WHY DIVORCING COUPLES SHOULD APPLY FOR A FINANCIAL ORDER

Richard Rodway explains why divorcing couples, or those looking to dissolve their civil partnership, should make an application to the Court for a Financial Order or risk leaving themselves vulnerable to future financial claims, even years later.

7 COMMON MISTAKES PEOPLE MAKE IN WILLS

We talk through some of the common mistakes people make when writing or signing a Will and the implications these errors can have both can have emotionally and financially.

Contact:

Solicitor – Wills , Trusts & Estate Administration

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