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Claire Wicks celebrates 12 years at Parnalls

Here at Parnalls we are celebrating the lovely Claire Wicks having been here at the firm for 12 years. Claire is a Chartered Legal Executive and works as part of our Residential Conveyancing Team having joined the firm in 2010. Claire studied through CILEx and is now a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal

Planning, Construction & Development

Specialist Advice For Success Our specialist property department will help to enable you to make a success of your project.  We will advise you in jargon free language, ensuring that you are fully advised on all aspects throughout. From purchasing land to negotiating agreements, from resolving disputes to advising on the implication of Tree Preservation

Residential Sale and Purchases

Our dedicated Property team are well known and respected in the local area. We have the expertise and specialist knowledge to help you buy or sell with real confidence. We understand that what our clients want is excellent advice, dedicated and easy to contact lawyers, a secure footing and a positive result. One of our

Property Disputes

We are a property owning race and an Englishman’s (or woman’s) home is his (her) castle.  We all want to protect the sanctuary of our homes, properties and our boundaries.  If your home or boundary is threatened you will naturally want to defend yourself and have the best legal representation in doing so. Neighbour Disputes

Preparing to sell your Launceston property

For anyone whose property is either currently on the market or for anyone considering selling their home in the near future, now could be a great time to get your home ready and looking its best. We have set out below some tips which we hope will be of use: 1. First impressions count Remember

Five problems with a leasehold property

If you are looking to buy a new home, you may find many of the properties within your price range are leasehold. Recent stories of leaseholders exploited by unscrupulous landlords have dominated the press, even giving rise to the term ‘fleecehold.’ Should you be concerned? Claire Wicks, Legal Executive with Parnalls Solicitors, looks at some

Buying your first home with a small deposit

According to the Bank of England, the biggest issue for most first-time buyers is insufficient savings.  Last year saw a sharp jump in the average amount of a deposit required to get a mortgage, with some people having to provide a deposit equivalent to a full year’s salary. To help tackle this problem, the Government

Meeting your conveyancing solicitor, what you need to prepare

Preparing and collecting all the information for your first meeting with your conveyancing solicitor, whether that meeting is face-to-face or virtual, will get your transaction off to a good start. Here, Claire Wicks, a residential property solicitor with Parnalls in looks at how you can help to get things moving quickly. Prepare ID and source

The Right to Make Noise

In areas of new residential development, how can existing businesses ensure that they are not adversely affected?  Whilst most businesses would welcome the introduction of more local potential customers, there is often a concern that new housing may bring complaints from new residents about noise levels, and that local Councils might take action based on

Would you pay a premium for a south-facing garden?

A recent study carried out by Rightmove has found that homes listed as having a south-facing garden are priced, on average, £22,695 higher than those without, being a 7% national premium. As well as being worth more, these homes have also been found to sell faster.  The study shows that they are likely to sell