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Acquisition Of Business:

Commercial Conveyancing is the process of preparing documents for the transaction of property, including selling and purchase, mortgage and re-mortgage, transfer and release of equity and shared ownership among others.

Having worked with a plethora of SME’s both nationally and internationally over the last decade, Farani Taylor understands the needs of both small and large businesses in terms of property requirements. Subsequently, we have dedicated a special team of expert solicitors to assist you with the commercial conveyancing process.

 

Our property specialists provide individuals and businesses with conveyancing services of high quality at a reasonable cost. Our hands-on approach means we can tailor our services to meet your needs.

We provide you with clear advice that will mutually benefit both parties that are part of the transaction. The process of conveyancing is a long one; it usually takes approximately 10 weeks, but sometimes drags on for much longer. Our expert solicitors aim to guide you quickly and within budget.

As part of commercial conveyance, it is important to understand the needs and requirements of the other party, while maintaining the client’s best interests. From the outset, our goal is to understand what both parties require to shape our services around the needs of our clients.

Our specialist solicitors have experience in all sectors of commercial conveyancing. These include: 

Selling and buying commercial property:

•             Property finance

•             Licensed premises

•             Business lease

•             Disposals and acquisitions

•             Construction

•             Planning

•             Development

Our expert team of solicitors carry out commercial conveyancing on a daily basis, so we are well-placed to advise on the pitfalls and constraints. Irrespective of the kind of service that you require, our team will guide you through the process, freeing you from much of the stress.

If you are looking for help and guidance or have a question relating to commercial property, please contact us today on 0207 242 1666.

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Why Trust Farani Taylor Solicitors ?

At Farani Taylor we assist clients from every walk of life whether it’s at the beginning of a relationship planning a future or at the end of a relationship. We will look at your situation and sensitively and creatively provide advice, developing solutions with your best interests in mind. Our family law solicitors understand your family are the most important people in your life. The value placed upon family and the sensitivity required in handling such matters, particularly when children are involved, is something we at Farani Taylor truly understand. Our experienced, dedicated and empathetic team of family law solicitors are here to provide legal advice and support to you, shaping plans for now and in the future, dependent on your needs and situation.

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FAQs

How old does a child have to be to decide which parent they live with in the UK?

In England and Wales a child must be 16 in order for them to decide who they live with, unless there are Court Orders in place that state otherwise. You can allow younger children to have a say in this decision but their decision alone will not provide any legal standing.

Does adultery affect divorce settlements in the UK?

There are many misconceptions surrounding divorce, particularly that adultery will financially impact the outcome. The act of adultery, although upsetting, doesn’t usually make any difference to the overall decision regarding assets. A court is not usually interested in why the marriage ended and  tends to look more carefully at resources available to both parties and how they can be divided fairly.

What is a child arrangements order?

A Child Arrangement Order or CAO is an agreement made under UK family law pertaining to where a child will live or who they can have contact with.

How much does family court cost?

Going to court can be very expensive, so it is imperative you choose the right representative from the beginning to ensure your divorce or child arrangements are managed professionally, efficiently and cost effectively.

How do I start a divorce petition?

You can mutually arrange an agreement for your divorce and mutual assets, however, this alone is not legally binding.

In order to make the divorce ‘official’ you will need the support of a family law solicitor who can initiate proceedings. 

If you and your partner are unable to meet a resolution together before this stage, you can go through the process of mediation or again, enlist the help of an experienced family law solicitor who will guide you through the process and help secure a better outcome for your circumstances.

Can a solicitor represent a family member in the UK?

Solicitors are not allowed to represent you if they are a friend or family member, or have been associated with you as a couple during your marriage due to conflict of interest.

Can you help with civil partnership dissolution?

Yes, our family law solicitors have a wealth of experience in civil partnership dissolution and can therefore provide you with more options and better solutions for your circumstances. Please note, before you apply, you can only dissolve a civil partnership in England and Wales if you have been in one for a year.

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