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We can help you buy or sell a residential or commercial property including leasehold properties on a ‘NO MOVE NO FEE’ basis.
We help with divorce, children, finances, civil partnerships, estate planning and administration.
We can help with estate planning to protect your wealth for the future and with probate/estate administration.
Our expert solicitors can help you claim for, or settle a civil dispute, loss of money or a commercial debt.
From the 6/1/22, as part of our Covid secure measures to provide the safest environment for our teams and clients, our offices will operate with reduced staff. We kindly request, that should you wish to visit an office in person that you first arrange an appointment time by phone or email.
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I am the Managing Director of PSR Solicitors. After working in various law firms, both small high street firms and a larger practice in Manchester, I saw a gap in the market for a high quality practice that had the same core high street values of being personable and approachable and combining them with the efficiency and professionalism of a larger practice. PSR Solicitors was therefore established in 2009 in Shotton, Deeside with this aim. Since then PSR Solicitors has provided high quality legal services to local clients throughout North Wales and Cheshire.
I live in Chester with my young family and 2 dogs and enjoy regular holidays along the coast of North Wales.
I have recently been asked to join the board of trustees at Platform For Life, a mental health counselling charity in Chester. Good mental health is the foundation of a more fulfilled, happy and healthy life, yet many families struggle to access the help and support they need to achieve it. Platform for Life offers free local counselling and play therapy for families who would otherwise not be able to afford it.
What to do if you want to move home, arrange a viewing or allow estate agents, surveyors and removal workers into your home.
Homeowners: coronavirus and Renting a home: coronavirus
19 June 2020
Moving home is not appropriate whilst you pose a direct risk of transmitting coronavirus. People who have coronavirus or are self-isolating with other members of their household should not leave their home to either move home, or undertake property viewings in person. They should strictly follow the self-isolation guidance.
From 22 June 2020, you can move home if your sale or tenancy has been agreed but not yet completed and if the property you are moving to is unoccupied (nobody is living in the property at the time you move) and has been empty for at least three days, or it has been deep cleaned. This includes new-build properties.
These moves do not involve different households being inside a property at the same time, so the risk of transmission of coronavirus is lower.
You should not move to a property unless it has been empty for at least three days, or the property has been deep cleaned.
You can put your home on the market, but potential buyers or tenants cannot view your property in person if you are living in it or it is occupied.
Marketing of occupied properties can begin. Valuations and other related activities should be carried out in line with safe working requirements. Initial viewings can only be carried out virtually.
Marketing and viewing of unoccupied properties can take place.
You can view unoccupied properties in person but you must follow physical distancing guidance and keep good hand hygiene.
You cannot view occupied homes (where someone is still living). It is important viewings do not involve different households being inside at the same time, as the risk of transmission of coronavirus is higher. Virtual viewings of a home can be provided by a letting agent, estate agent or landlord.
You can move across the border to England.
If you are moving into Wales, you should only move to properties that are unoccupied and have been empty for at least three days or have been deep cleaned.
You can move more than five miles away from where you live but should only move to properties that are unoccupied and have been empty for at least three days, or have been deep cleaned.
Estate agents, surveyors or removal workers are allowed into a property. They need to follow the physical distancing in the workplace guidance.
Estate and Letting Agents are allowed to open but we encourage them to minimise the need for people to visit their offices in person, but if you do, they will need to ensure you do so in accordance with the Guidance to employers and businesses on COVID-19.
Sales offices are allowed to open but we encourage them to minimise the need for people to visit their offices in person, but if you do, they will need to ensure you do so in accordance with the Guidance to employers and businesses on COVID-19.
Appointments can be arranged by phone, Zoom or Skype video call or in person at one of our local offices.
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