Last Thursday saw the announcement that the property market will re-open on the 29th June. We have noticed a positive increase in activity levels and it is obvious that people are still keen to move. Moving house is such an important step in all our lives and we recognise that many of you will have concerns about the processes of buying and selling property going forward. We have put some new measures in place to help. 

One of the first steps in selling your home is to have it valued by one of our experienced estate agency team. Strictly speaking this is not absolutely necessary as a formal valuation will be carried out by a surveyor as part of the Home Report. It is however a very useful opportunity for us to meet with you, have a look round your house and give you an indication of a value while giving you our expert advice on how best to achieve this price when selling.

If you are worried about how your separation might affect your child/children, here is our advice on ways you can help.

Separation affects the whole family. If there are children of the relationship, their needs require to be considered. Children need the continuing affection and support of both parents. They need to feel protected and secure.

In these uncertain times, our key advice regarding Wills and Powers of Attorney remains the same as it was before lockdown - it is vitally important that you have up to date documents in place. 

Cohabitation is one of the most common ways that couples choose to live together as a family unit. In fact the number of couples choosing to live together, but not marry is gathering pace.

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