Request Callback-

Uncategorized

SHOULD YOUR PET WEAR A SEAT BELT?

Under The Welfare of Animals (Transport) (England) Order 2006, and The Welfare of Animals (Transport) (Wales) Order 2007, you must not transport an animal in a way that causes, or is likely to cause, injury or unnecessary suffering to that animal.   It is also important that a dog is suitably restrained in a vehicle... read more


Scam Awareness Month

July is scam awareness month.  Scams affect millions of people a year, this month the Citizens Advice and Trading Standards Services are running campaigns nationally and locally to help consumers identify scams. Scams and frauds can often be hard to spot.  Scams generally involve complex psychological tricks so if you are not sure whether something... read more


Here come the girls…

I just wanted to take a moment in this blog to appreciate how unique and awesome Latimer Lee Solicitors Limited actually is! I’m not going to apologise but I will give you fair warning that there is definitely a feminist angle to this.  Ugh your eye rolls are almost audible but please don’t stop reading! ... read more


A balance within debt recovery

Working in Litigation, especially where previous clients are concerned, can be difficult at times; you must remain professional at all times but also have the right balance of assertiveness. It is important to establish your intentions early on, be clear and concise and always be 100% transparent. Within the many areas of Debt collection I’ve... read more


Nine steps for a stress free house move…

Moving house is notorious for being one of the most stressful experiences you can go through; the effort that goes into it, along with it being a huge life change, can feel incredibly overwhelming. That said, with some careful planning and preparation, moving house doesn’t need to be so scary. The best course of action... read more


Lambing Season

If you’re living or have just moved to a rural area pretty soon you’ll begin to see sheep and their lambs frolicking about in the British Spring sunshine or rain as the case is more likely to be.  Like humans the sheep will have been scanned to establish how many lambs the sheep are carrying. ... read more


Resolution and Me

I’m a proud member of Resolution, a community of family justice professionals who work with families and individuals to resolve issues in a constructive way. Resolution membership is about the approach I take to my work. This means that as a Resolution member, I will always seek to reduce or manage any conflict and confrontation,... read more


Mediation and Litigation

The litigation department have just completed a marathon mediation for a Claimant against insurers lasting 13 hours.  The claim settled at 9.30pm for a six figure sum. The parties had started off very far apart but thanks to an excellent mediator and belief in the process; it was a great outcome for the client. Mediation,... read more


Conveyancing…

CONVEYANCING?  IT’S A PIECE OF CAKE FOR LATIMER LEE If you were to ask me to tell you the secrets of Conveyancing,   I couldn’t.   It would take years and years – and before I finished telling you, the rules would have changed. What I will do – given the time of year – is illustrate... read more


What should you consider when buying a house?

According to the House Price Index: Aug 2016 (https://www.ons.gov.uk/economy/inflationandpriceindices/bulletins/housepriceindex/aug2016) the average UK house price was £219,000.00 in August 2016, this is a huge £17,000 higher than in August 2015. The main contribution to the increase in UK house prices came from England, where house prices increased by 9.2% over the year to August 2016, with... read more