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Latimer Hinks Solicitors has helped a popular farm shop expand and diversify its business with the introduction of a dedicated sports service that supports cyclists and triathletes.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
With house prices on the rise throughout the country and with little sign of the market slowing down, there has been a steady increase in the number of unmarried couples buying their first home together in a bid to make living costs more manageable.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Natalie Palmer, Solicitor and Partner at Latimer Hinks, is urging people to be aware of the importance of Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) in the wake of a number of distressing cases.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks, one of County Durham’s longest established law firms, is celebrating its senior members being cited in the world’s largest independent legal referral guide.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors is urging people to be prepared for a review into residential property sales.

By Latimer HInks Solicitors
There is little doubt that parts of our region are experiencing something of a boom in property prices, even if those surges are confined to so-called ‘property hotspots.’

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Latimer Hinks Solicitors of Darlington, County Durham has pledged £1000 from funds raised at its Charity Ball to help save one of the region’s most iconic churches.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors has helped a popular farm shop expand and diversify its business with the introduction of a dedicated sports service that supports cyclists and triathletes.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Increasing numbers of people are choosing to keep chickens in the UK with an estimated half a million of us now doing so, according to the Pet Food Manufacturers Association.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
As the property market takes the first tentative steps on the road to recovery, the buy-to-let market is starting to bear fruit again. Martin Williamson, Head of Residential Property at Latimer Hinks comments.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
With house prices on the rise throughout the country and with little sign of the market slowing down, there has been a steady increase in the number of unmarried couples buying their first home together in a bid to make living costs more manageable.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Commercial property specialist, Sabine Kerr, has been welcomed to the Darlington firm, having previously worked in the town as a paralegal at the start of her career.

By Latimer Hinks Solcitors
Latimer Hinks is urging those drawing up wills to set out clear instruction on ‘digital legacies’, including online bank or savings accounts, to avoid potential problems after death.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Natalie Palmer, Solicitor and Partner at Latimer Hinks, is urging people to be aware of the importance of Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) in the wake of a number of distressing cases.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks, one of County Durham’s longest established law firms, is celebrating its senior members being cited in the world’s largest independent legal referral guide.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors, established more than 120 years ago in 1892 and one of Darlington and County Durham’s longest established law firms, is celebrating 60 years of serving clients from its Priestgate, Darlington offices

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors is urging people to be prepared for a review into residential property sales.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
We all want the best for our children, so much so that it is becoming increasingly common for families to completely uproot themselves and to relocate to a catchment area of a better performing school.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
The growing number of empty homes has led to social issues that look set to stay with us for some time.

By Latimer HInks Solicitors
There is little doubt that parts of our region are experiencing something of a boom in property prices, even if those surges are confined to so-called ‘property hotspots.’

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Grimy kitchen units, dirty dishes stagnating in the sink, and less than spotless bathrooms have been highlighted as the biggest buyer turn-offs, according to a recent survey by Rightmove.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks, one of County Durham’s longest established law firms, is celebrating its senior members being cited in the world’s largest independent legal referral guide.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
By Martin Williamson, Head of Residential Property, Latimer Hinks Solicitors. As mentioned in previous columns, many young people are finding themselves priced out of today's property market, unable to provide the deposit that lenders require.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
I’m going to offer some top tips on the things you need to be aware of when selling your home, which are particularly relevant in today’s challenging property market - Marin Williamson, Head of Residential Property at Latimer Hinks Solicitors

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
The benefits of registering land are numerous. Not only does registration give the owner peace of mind in knowing that their claim on land they own is legally protected, it also safeguards against ‘adverse possession’ - what is known as squatting

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
FirstBuy allows people to take out a mortgage for just 75 per cent of the cost of the property, provided they can stump up a five per cent deposit.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
The UK will experience a sharp widening in the North-South house price divide during the remainder of 2012, as increases in the value of London properties continue to outpace the rest of the country.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors, a leading North East law firm, has helped one of the area’s best known businesses to take a major step forward.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors and Recognition Marketing and PR have signed up as key sponsors of a special preview event ahead of the exciting second Lumiere festival.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Daniel Williams, 29, turned to law relatively late and has switched life as a mortgage broker with a large corporation in the City for a career in law with Latimer Hinks.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors are supporting their young solicitors who are hosting a charity ball with a difference – where guests must dress as a bride or groom!

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors, one of Darlington and County Durham’s longest established law firms has boosted its Commercial Property Department with the addition of a new lawyer.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors, one of Darlington and County Durham’s longest established law firms, is urging firms suffering payment delays to avoid leaping into legal action unprepared.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors, one of Darlington and County Durham’s longest established law firms, has helped a leading manufacturer expand into additional premises.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors, one of Darlington and County Durham’s longest established law firms, says new research into inheritance trends are a "breakthrough for sensible thinking”.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors, one of Darlington and County Durham’s longest established law firms, is urging people to make sure their wills are up to date and professionally written.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Specialists at Latimer Hinks Solicitors, one of Darlington and County Durham’s longest established law firms, believe communication can be the key to better debt management.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Business people in Darlington braved the weather to find out how the new Tees Valley Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) can benefit companies and organisations across the area.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Mark Gardner, Partner at Latimer Hinks Solicitors, one of Darlington and County Durham’s longest established law firms, is advising business owners that planning now can help avoid cash flow problems spoiling a Happy New Year.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
The Agricultural Law Association: The Next Generation (ALA:TNG) is giving young professionals working in the agriculture sector the chance to find out more about arbitration at its next event.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors, one of Darlington and County Durham’s longest established law firms, has seen two of its Partners cited by one of the UK’s most influential legal guides.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors, one of Darlington and County Durham’s longest established law firms, is giving a timely warning that maternity leave will not automatically save women from redundancy.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Mark Gardner, insolvency expert at Latimer Hinks Solicitors, believes that desperation can lead to people finding themselves drawn into problems with unscrupulous debt management companies.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Employers who quiz job candidates on their health, or pay staff less based upon their sex, could fall foul of legislations which comes into force next week, warn Latimer Hinks solicitors.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
A policy, implemented by the previous Government, aimed at combating the increasing amount of vacant retail space has failed to make an impact on recession-hit town and city centres. according to Mark Clayton.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors Partner Mark Gardner has drawn up a ten-point action plan to help people survive the recession as massive job cuts and business closures loom.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Divorcing couples will no longer be able to use illegally obtained evidence of their former spouse’s assets, following a controversial Court of Appeal decision. ,

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors chose the Great Yorkshire Show, one of the biggest events in the region’s agricultural and countryside calendar, to present a cheque for £1000 to representatives of the Farm Crisis Network (FCN).

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Rosanne Green, Solicitor at Latimer Hinks, Darlington, has been appointed, by a vote of the members, to the Council of the Agricultural Law Association (ALA).

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks Solicitors Partner, Nicola Neilson, has been elected President of the Tees Valley Law Society.

By Latimer Hinks
Latimer Hinks Solicitors has raised a record £11,500 at its 2010 charity ball. The funds raised will help to support a range of good causes including ‘Help For Heroes’ and St Teresa’s Hospice.

By Latimer Hinks
Latimer Hinks Solicitors is sending out a timely warning about the legal responsibilities of company directors in the wake of the catastrophic explosion at an offshore drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Nick Poole, of Darlington law firm Latimer Hinks, is advising what employers should do to make sure they do not score an employment law own goal during the World Cup.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks solicitors partner Nicola Neilson is predicting that the scrapping of Home Information Packs by the Government will bring a welcome boost to the housing market.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Nick Poole of Latimer Hinks solicitors is offering a free, initial employment documents’ health check to local businesses to help them avoid pitfalls associated with new employment legislation.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks staff have embraced a charity challenge to turn £50 in to as much money as possible.



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