The Bowsers Blog

3 Reasons Why Communicating With Your Conveyancer Is Important

Buying or selling a house is a complex legal process with lots to sort out. For this reason, it is essential to use a conveyancing lawyer to help.

The Process Of Debt Recovery - What You Need To Know

Whether it's a personal or business debt, it can be confusing to understand the process if you're a creditor. There is one, however, and to ensure the best chances of getting the money you're owed back you need to follow it. This is where investing in the services of debt recovery solicitors can help considerably.

The 6 Stages Of The Conveyancing Process When Buying

When buying a house, there are six stages of the conveyancing process that you must go through. You may wonder “how long will conveyancing take?” Here, we will seek to explain each of these stages to you and you will see how this is based on a number of factors.

4 Types Of Boundary Disputes And How To Deal With Them

Boundary disputes often occur between neighbours. However, there are actually four types of boundary disputes which may arise. Being aware of which type of dispute you may be engaged in is very useful for knowing how best to deal with it.

How Do I Resolve A Boundary Dispute?

Owning property is a rewarding feeling – however, boundary disputes often crop up. These can be caused by a number of factors. Here, we will seek to explain to you why boundary disputes arise, how best to solve boundary disputes, who can help, and when the right time to take legal action may be.

All About Settlement Agreements

Regrettably, not every relationship between an employer and an employee lasts. Thus, it is not uncommon for potential claims to materialise after an employee is told that their contract is due to cease, especially if they feel there is no just cause for the decision made against them. Whether the employee is factually or morally at fault or not, a legally bound agreement of this kind can be used to step in and settle any discrepancies before they spiral further.