Dear clients and friends, During these uncertain times, we are all facing challenges that few of us could have imagined only a few months ago. For most of us, our main focus and concern is the health and well-being of our loved ones, friends and neighbours. For many people, however, there is the added worry…

Please find attached a notice regarding “No contact” Wills and Powers of Attorney.

Covid-19 Update: Liddle and Anderson Office Opening Hours and Client Arrangements Liddle & Anderson are following Government guidelines during this current epidemic of COVID-19 and monitoring developments closely. The health and wellbeing of our staff and clients is of the utmost importance to us. Our office remains open for business until further notice. We expect…

The Office of the Public Guardian of England and Wales are advertising that you can receive a refund of part of your fees if you have registered a power of attorney in the last few years. Whilst this is true for any POA registered with them, this unfortunately does not apply to any Scottish PoA’s…

Rates for sporting rights (which were suspended in 1994 as they cost more to administer than they brought in) have been brought back by the government. Relevant property owners should already have made a return on which the government will then assess rates. It appears that the authorities may struggle to produce accurate and fair…

Land & Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) can be charged in three different ways If you buy a house at over £145,000 then there is a charge on the percentage price above that figure. The rates charged go from 2% on the excess up to £250,000 at the lowest level, up to 12% on the price…

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