We draft a number of documents to suit a variety of circumstances and some examples of these are as follows:
Business Terms and Conditions
If you set up a business or you already have a business you want to ensure your customers know precisely what the terms of business are between you. If something goes wrong with your business relationship. You can set this out in a business terms and conditions document.
Change of Name Deeds
These documents can be drafted for adults. They can also be drafted for a child where both parents give their consent for a change of name.
These documents cover a variety of circumstances and are used when you need to verify the truth of something in a legal document. They are sworn as an oath and signed before a solicitor or a commissioner for oaths.
Deeds of Guardianship
These can be drafted where a parent has a wish for some other person to bring up and care for their child in the event of that parent’s death. However, these documents will only set out that parent’s wishes and can be overridden in Children Act proceedings if a court thinks fit to do so.
When two parties live together as a couple then these documents can be drafted to set out how they intend manage their financial and other matters.
If both parties own a property but each of them has contributed different shares to the purchase price or otherwise then these documents can be drafted to set out how each party’s share is to be managed if there is a relationship breakdown or either party dies. Such documents are not limited to civil partnership or cohabiting couples but can also be used for business partners or friends and relatives who have a shared property.
If you have a specific document you would like us to draft please contact one of our team to discuss your requirements. We will let you know if we are able to assist you and in many cases can offer a fixed fee for drafting.