Elizabeth Pender

Housing market to emerge from lockdown

England’s housing market can now begin to emerge from lockdown following the announcement by Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick.  Permission has now been given for estate agents to open, viewings to be carried out in person and for removal firms and solicitors to commence their operations. According to Zoopla, around £82bn of property transactions have been…

Harry Perrin discusses the value of quiet spaces

A little something we thought you might be interested to read during this time of isolation and solitude. Harry Perrin was a member of our Disputes team from 2015 to 2016 before moving to Belfast to join the Financial Times as a legal counsel. Before he became a lawyer, Harry worked in art galleries and…

Some silver linings to the coronavirus cloud

It has been such a gloomy time of it of late with never ending bad news about the spread of the coronavirus. Not to dismiss or diminish the terrible sacrifices and tragedies caused by coronavirus, we thought we’d try and come up with a few reasons to be cheerful in an effort to try to…

Mr Craig Parsons

First rate service in a thoroughly professional yet very friendly manner. We will be using their services moving forward and have no hesitation recommending them to anyone. Mr Craig Parsons…

Penderlaw Business Continuity Plan

PreparationAs the problems presented by the coronavirus continue to multiply, I am writing to let you know that we are doing all we can to ensure that we continue to maintain the quality of service that you would normally expect from Penderlaw, whilst taking into consideration the health of our employees and their families. In…

Child Custody – 7 common Q&As

When a relationship breaks down, whether you are married or not, agreeing arrangements for any children involved is often one of the most emotive elements to be resolved. Our Family Law specialist, Rachel Macwilliam, answers 7 common questions on the topic of child custody.  What does custody mean?English Law no longer uses the term ‘custody’…