Providing legal services to the people and businesses of Brentwood since 1850

Lasting Powers of Attorney – a must-have for a business owner

10th December 2020 | Alisha Francis

We at Landons cannot not speak highly of Lasting Powers of Attorney. Lasting Powers of Attorney are instrumental when it comes to decision making for you during your lifetime. Lasting Powers of Attorney allow you to nominate one or more trusted people (attorney/s) to make important decisions on your behalf should you become mentally or […]

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Our conveyancing team is growing!

19th November 2020 | Alisha Francis

We are delighted to announce that Joanne Keogh has joined Landons.  Joanne is an experienced Licensed Conveyancer who has strengthened our residential conveyancing team. With over 15 years’ experience, Joanne is an expert in her field and she specialises in sales and purchases of freehold and leasehold properties, new builds, re-mortgages and transfers of equity. […]

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A simple enough idea?

11th November 2020 | Alisha Francis

When George Osborne announced a promise at the Tory party conference in 2007 that a future Conservative government would raise the inheritance tax threshold to £1million, the idea seemed simple enough. In true political style, the promise was partially kept when in Summer 2015 it was announced that the Residence Nil Rate Band (RNRB) was […]

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There is no going back…

14th October 2020 | Alisha Francis

National Work Life Week has a new meaning this year at Landons. We came under new ownership in December 2019 whereby Jessie and Andrew took the company into a new year. Morale is extremely high and to make matters better, Jessie and Andrew have encouraged and implemented flexible work policies and invested in resources to […]

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Considering Care Home Fees

8th October 2020 | Alisha Francis

“The NHS was created out of the ideal that good healthcare should be available to all, regardless of wealth. When it was launched by the then minister of health, Aneurin Bevan, on July 5 1948, it was based on three core principles: that it meet the needs of everyone that it be free at the […]

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