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11th January 2021

Farani Taylor now has presence in Nottingham

We have partnered with Mohammed Nasrullah Khalid to provide access to our services across the Midlands. His expertise and contacts help us to engage with more clients and help with their legal issues. Communities across the country should have access to quality legal services. By widening our reach, we are able to help more people.…
23rd December 2020

Is your business hiring a new worker from Europe next year?

Is your business hiring a new worker from Europe next year? Businesses that rely on skilled foreign workers are unprepared for Brexit. New rules come into force on 1st January 2021. Companies must comply with the immigration system should they wish to continue to utilize European skilled workforce. The current Home Office statistics indicate that…
7th October 2020

What next for government’s flagship immigration bill?

The government suffered a defeat in the House of Lords over the post Brexit immigration bill. The Lords favoured an amendment tabled designed to protect family reunions. The amendment was tabled by a number of peers aims to ensure that rules regarding family reunions of families continue after the transition period. Under the current Dublin…
1st October 2020

Using Trusts in your Will

Many people use trusts in their Wills so that they can ensure that their interests are met. What is a Trust? A Trust is a legal arrangement where assets are transferred to trustees for the benefit of the beneficiaries. The trustee takes legal ownership of the property. Whereas the beneficiary is the person that is…
23rd September 2020

Wills during Covid-19

Demand for legal services in the pandemic has remained high, but particularly for estate planning services. The use of platforms such as Zoom have meant that client meetings can take place without the need of meeting the person face-to-face. We believe that it is always better to seek advice when deciding on a Will. Why…
18th September 2020

Eviction ban extension due to end

The government extended the original ban until the 20th September 2020. There is a fear that thousands of renters might lose their homes and be threatened by homelessness. Currently private landlords have excepted that they need to foot the bill for the lack of rent. However, with that due to end this could lead to…
6th August 2020

New build conveyancing explained

Given the Stamp Duty holiday and the changes in the Help to Buy Scheme starting next year. First time buyers are trying to get on the ladder quickly. In the Autumn 2018 budget, the then Chancellor, Philip Hammond, announced caps on the value of properties. These caps reduce the amount that an individual can borrow…
2nd July 2020

Boris Johnson opens the door to three million Hong Kong nationals

Following the passing of controversial security laws, making it a criminal offence to criticise the Chinese government in Hong Kong. Boris Johnson announced an offer to any Hong Kong citizens with British National Overseas (BNO) status can apply for five year work or student visas. After this, they can claim citizenship following a further12-month period.…
18th June 2020

What to do if you have a bereavement…

With tens of thousands having sadly passed away due to the coronavirus. Loved ones are left resolving the administration of the estate. Probate is long winded and timescales are usually dependent on HMRC and the Probate Registry. Given Lockdown there are delays across the whole administration process. These include: registering deaths, getting information from clients,…
16th June 2020

Farani Taylor helping people with their estate planning

We have years of experience helping our clients with their later life and estate planning. Our team has assisted with various aspects of social care and private client. Our experts ensure that our clients have legal protections such as Wills, Trusts and Lasting Powers of Attorney. We are looking to work with the UK Care…