At Farani Taylor our Housing solicitors have supported a wealth of clients including entrepreneurs, developers, high net worth individuals, banks, and investors. We recognize the attributed pressures that come from high-value transactions and therefore will support you in developing strategic and creative plans to get the best outcome for you. Whether it’s simple advice you require or a bespoke contract with intricate specifications, our Housing solicitors can support you in ‘building’ and achieving your objectives.
In selecting a housing solicitor, you are ensuring your property plans are secured from start to completion. Our highly skilled, communicative housing solicitors can aid the process of dealing with property transactions, alleviate pressure and allow you to delegate your time more efficiently. Whether it’s a simple first-time buy, or a large-scale property development, our reputable housing solicitors can save you time, money, and angst, creating solutions that are solely developed with your best interests in mind.
If you are considering taking on new commercial premises, our housing solicitors can provide you with practical and tactical business legal advice for all stages of the process.
Our expert team can work with you to guarantee the terms of your lease match your business’s requirements, as well as identifying any potential risks and liabilities that you may acquire which might not have been stated overtly.
Our team can also provide support if you are already dealing with issues arising from any existing commercial premises you hold.
Property law can be complicated and frustrating, it is unusual to not require legal advice to avoid disputes that may arise in the future.
At Farani Taylor we have helped commercial landlords and tenants on a variety of issues and sought resolutions that put our client’s needs at the forefront of everything we do. Whatever your commercial property requirements, our highly professional housing solicitors can provide you with advice and solutions to ensure you achieve your commercial property objectives. Contact us and receive free, no-obligation advice about your circumstances.
These are the circumstances that we have previously worked before:
• Breach of tenancy
• Disrepair and dilapidation claims
• Breach of lease
• Leasehold disputes
• Boundary disputes
• Debt recovery of rent and service charges
• Judicial Reviews.
Our housing specialist solicitors work closely with our litigation team to ensure to take legal action when required. Otherwise, the team tries to resolve disputes through mediation and attempt to reach suitable settlements. We offer advice drafting tenancy agreements, management agency agreements, company policies such as GDPR and Data Protection, Company composition and any other business agreements.
Farani Taylor Solicitors have supported thousands of clients
with their housing disrepair claims. We have achieved hundreds of thousands of
pounds in compensation for clients, as well as ensuring their homes are up to
standard again. If your landlord has delayed repairs or is proposing they are
not liable, let us help you by providing free advice for your circumstances. We
pride ourselves on ‘people over profit’ and in doing so achieve the optimum
results for all of our clients.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.