Barrett & Co are pleased to confirm that we have put structures in place to minimise any potential disruption to the provision of legal services to our clients during the current outbreak. Our solicitors are able to work remotely from home via our secure network as and when necessary, and therefore we shall do our…

It is the number one news topic in recent weeks and is likely to be so for quite some time. However, for businesses, the coronavirus outbreak has left them facing some unexpected, yet significant, issues. High among them is the effect of the virus on contracts and business will want to know whether their contract…

A recent Act of Parliament has brought changes to the way in which Landlords and Agents can charge tenants for the services provided before and after tenancy. The Tenant Fees Act 2019, which came into effect in June 2019, brings England into line with the rules in Scotland, where letting fees had already been outlawed….

The Marriage Story is a film about a couple and their marriage break up. It is available on Netflix and has been nominated for Golden Globes and Academy Awards. It is based around a couple, Charlie (played by Adam Driver) and Nicole (played by Scarlett Johansson) who decide that their marriage is no longer working…

We are holding an information session at our offices at 54 Queens Road, Reading on Tuesday 3rd March 2020 at 11:30am. This is open to anyone who would like to become a Dementia Friend. The session lasts 45-60 minutes and is absolutely free, so all are welcome. Places are offered on a first-come-first-served basis so…

Discrimination is when a trader or service provider treats you differently and worse than someone else because of who you are. If you have been treated unfairly when you buy or receive goods or services from someone dealing with the public such as a shop, bank, energy provider or local authority and it is because…

To understand what intestacy is, it is useful firstly to understand when it occurs. The situations in which an intestacy can occur are when the deceased: (a) did not make a will, (b) revoked a will, without making a new one or (c) made a will which was invalid. The most common result of (a)…

Richard Ince is one of the top three property solicitors according to independent website Three Best Rated. The independent Three Best Rated website takes into account a huge range of factors when deciding to award a Top Rated label. One of those factors is the number of reviews and testimonials a solicitor has. Barrett and…

Our increasingly busy, and therefore ever expanding, Private Client team are pleased to announce two new arrivals to the department (and one on the way!) Penny Marshall We have recently welcomed Penny Marshall as a Paralegal in the team where she is assisting the existing team in all non-contentious matters. Penny is currently working part-time…

In our December 2019 article we discussed the possibilities of beneficiaries bringing a claim against an invalid Will. Although this is possible, it can be incredibly difficult for a person to prove that a Will is invalid. Therefore, to save time and costs, a potential beneficiary can choose to accept the final Will of the…

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