Hunt Solicitors is delighted to be taking part in this year’s Northern Ireland Hospice “Make A Will Month”. For further details please get in touch.Read More
Unfortunately, workplace accidents take place causing injuries and whether you believe your employer is partly or wholly to blame, you may be eligible for compensation.
From slipping on a wet floor to injuring yourself whilst operating machinery, none of us know when an accident may occur. Of course there are some jobs and industries where the risk of workplace accidents are higher than others, such as construction workers working on busy building sites with specialist tools and machinery or a factory worker working on a busy assembly line. However, it is also the case that office-based workers should be mindful of their environment as accidents can happen there just as easily!Read More
There is something about the New Year that inspires many of us to look around and start thinking about our dream home.
For many, it is the allure of a fresh start and new surroundings that can prove very appealing as we enter a new year, full of new possibilities!
If this is you and you are serious about moving home, or perhaps thinking about buying your first house, it pays to be prepared and to plan your next steps very carefully.Read More
With songs blasting from the car radio to adverts around every corner, at Christmas time we’re bombarded with messages telling us Christmas is a time of peace, love and joy. Unfortunately, however, for many us Christmas induces stress and anxiety as we come under increasing pressure to pull off a memorable Christmas for our nearest and dearest.
Whether you’re looking to get your first mortgage, or you’re selling up and looking for somewhere larger, if you’re like most people, you will probably need to get a mortgage to help you pay for your new home. In this regard, the key is to do your homework and begin to understand what mortgage opportunities are out there and which ones suit your particular circumstances.Read More
Making a Will is not something that people like to think about and it’s easy to put it to the bottom of your list of things to do. However, it takes less time than you may think to have something so important finalised.Read More
Darren Rainey, Partner & Head of Property at Hunt Solicitors, recently spoke at the Law Society NI Conveyancing Conference.Read More
Although many people understand the importance of having a valid Will in place there are still an alarming number of people who do not see the necessity. According to the charity Will Aid as many as 53% of people have never made a Will.
We have an immediate requirement for a Paralegal to join our busy practice in Holywood. This is a graduate level position, law degrees may be advantageous but are not absolutely necessary.
This qualification will now allow Ashling to provide specialist tax advice to our clients in relation to estate planning and trusts.Read More
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