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Settling in to our new Totnes office
A breath of fresh air in an uncertain world of Brexit, low-interest rates and changing rules. Boyce Hatton have now opened our new office in Totnes.
We have a personal affinity for this part of Devon.
Two of our Partners already live in the South Hams and with a number of established clients in the area, we have asked our Commercial Property Partner, Warren Douglas, to head up our new Totnes office to provide a fresh alternative in the South Hams for legal services.
Warren and his team will be joined by Private Client solicitor Charlotte Rabbits and their support staff. They will offer a solid, legal compass and practical advice on commercial property work, residential conveyancing, probate, administration of estates, lasting powers of attorney and Wills.
Warren has many years of experience in the sector having run his own legal practice and more recently been a Partner in another local firm. He offers a professional, calm, reasonable but determined approach on your behalf putting you first.
Location and Legal Services
Our new Totnes office, at Brunel House, situated in Station Road will be backed by Boyce Hatton’s principal office in Torquay to offer a wider range of legal services including in the areas of divorce, other family matters including children and co-habitee disputes, personal injury and Company Commercial work.
For our specialist advice, our clients can make appointments by arrangement. We offer a clear, no-nonsense approach and will make sure you understand the legal costs involved.
Investments and pensions
With interest rates at an all-time low, we understand many people are looking for realistic ways to achieve a good return on their investments and pensions. Property is one area that in uncertain times is perceived as a safe investment for the long term.
We can guide first-time investors through simple Buy-to-Let transactions. We act for many established investors with large portfolios of buy to let investment properties. We can guide those looking to invest in Commercial Property for the first time through self-invested personal pensions which are a tax efficient way for many individual business premises owners of generating capital growth and income for their pension.
Others may look to join our established commercial investors who buy sell and let business premises whether multiple units in a single location or several premises at different locations. For those looking to use business premises renting them, we have wide experience in dealing with all different types of commercial leases.
In addition, we already provide legal services to a large range of commercial clients. These include developers looking to capitalise on their property. We take care of making sure their plans to develop their land be it for industrial units, agriculture, retail shops or housing estate - are executed; protecting their interests while they get on with running their business.
We offer clear, comprehensive and cost-effective advice. Honest and no-nonsense to guide you through uncertain times in a changing world. Boyce Hatton solicitors, putting you first.
For more details, please contact Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 01803 403403.
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