What should I do now?
Most importantly you should act quickly. There may be a time limit that you need to adhere to if you’re a former client of an intervened firm with an on-going matter. You should contact a new firm of solicitors as soon as possible to act on your behalf.
We may be able to help you, but you are not obliged to use us. Equally, we are not obliged to act for you. You are free to choose a firm that suits your requirements.
Also if your matter is legally aided you’ll need to find a firm of solicitors that operate a Legal Aid Franchise. Unfortunately we don’t, but you can find a list of solicitors in England and Wales on the Law Society’s website who offer legal aid.
Give our Interventions team a call on 01202 786341 or contact us by email at intervention.enquiries@LA-law.com to see if we can help you.
Associate of the LA Real Estate conveyancing team, Sarah Brown, discusses the impacts of the forthcoming changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax due on 1 March 2019.
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