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Newsletter November 2020


Welcome to the November edition of the Biddulph & Salenger newsletter.

A newsletter for clients, friends of the practice and special interest groups.

This is a free service and in this edition we have some topical articles written in a helpful, no-nonsense style with plenty of practical suggestions. 

We hope you enjoy the articles.

Looking after you

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Joshua Anderson has recently joined Maryanne Ofner and Edyta Zurawski in the family law team, bringing with him experience from both small and large family law firms as well as court experience as a former Judge’s Associate. 

You can be sure that he will look after you with the same dedication, persistence, and diligence that he applies in looking after his community as a volunteer fire fighter. (His crew operates a boat rather than a truck, so training is not all toil!) 

The rest of us are keeping fit doing lots of walking while listening to podcasts. We keep up to date with regular legal podcasts so we can look after you. These are interspersed with lots of leisure ones such as "Conversations", "Trace" (nailbiting, about Nicola Gobbo) and “Chat 10 Looks 3". 

Edyta has recently added a qualification of Collaborative Practitioner to her toolbox of specialist family law skills. All her training and tuition was successfully conducted online.   

The articles in this newsletter have nothing to do with fires nor covid-19, but we hope they will be of interest.  

Regards
The Team at Biddulph & Salenger
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What happens if your house is damaged before settlement

Vendors and purchasers should be aware of their rights in a residential conveyancing transaction when the subject of the sale is damaged after exchange of contracts but before settlement – and the steps to take to protect their interests. 
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We’re still friends, why do we need a ‘legal’ property settlement?

Many couples separate on good terms and may choose to make informal arrangements for dividing their property, but even ‘happily separated couples’, should seek independent advice and have their financial affairs legally finalised.
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Power of Attorney abuse

A Power of Attorney is a legal document authorising a person to act on your behalf. Attorneys must act in the best interests of the principal, maintain separate records and avoid a conflict of interest. What happens when this goes wrong?
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This newsletter is intended to provide general information. 
You should obtain professional advice before you undertake any course of action.


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