Demystifying the Legal Process of Buying a House

We have so many people who ask the same question:  “why does it take so long to buy a house?” So we decided to write a booklet to explain it all, to strip back the mystery behind the buying process. Us solicitors always have your back, we don’t deliberately delay you moving in or selling.

Talk to Tallans….about Making a Will

On Monday, The Late Lunch on LMFM started a new feature providing legal advice with Tallans Solicitors. This week we began with wills. Our partner Deirdre spoke with Gerry Kelly of the Late Lunch and spent a half hour talking about wills. The phone lines and text lines were open for business and the calls

5 Reasons to Use a Solicitor when Using the Injuries Board

The Injuries Board was set up in 2004 and is the Government body which makes personal injury awards. It has two main objectives: to reduce the costs for people making claims (claimants) to shorten the time frame from making a claim & getting an award. The board was set up so that a claimant, a

Get the Address of the Other Person Involved in an Accident

You MUST get the address of the other person involved in road accident. Here’s why and please share. When you are involved in a road traffic accident, it is important that you gather as much information as possible. Our five step guide  gives you five quick things to do straightaway. Step 3 advises you to

Talk to Tallans….about DX Delivery

We had a question in from a client about the DX Number and why solicitors use the DX Delivery System. We thought we’d share it on our website as others might wonder the same thing. Document Exchange (DX) first began around 1975 when solicitors, barristers and the legal system began to rely on a delivery

Are you an Ostrich?

No, it’s not a trick question! However, many people who walk through our doors take an ostrich approach to estate planning and making wills. “I’ll get around to it tomorrow!” they say. Data from the US back in 2014 showed that 51% of Americans don’t have wills. A report from the UK last year said