Can you trust your Trust Advisor?

Meadows Ryan’s Head of Private Client, Jade Gani, appears as the expert on BBC 1’s ‘Rip Off Britain’, presented by Angela Rippon. First airing at 9:15am on Wednesday 11th May 2022, the episode about rogue Trust companies can be viewed on BBC iPlayer for the next 12 months. Trusts are legal vehicles usually used to…

No Fault Divorce

In June 2020, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 passed through parliament which brought in a new era of Divorce; the first change in 50 years. Gone are the 5 facts of which you were previously able to rely on to prove irretrievable breakdown; in their place, the concept of ‘No Fault Divorce.’ Before…

Tier 1 Investor Visa

On 17 February 2022, it was announced that the Tier 1 Investor Visa will close immediately to new applications. The current Russia and Ukraine conflict is thought to have had an impact on the timing and short notice of this decision. For those not familiar with this visa category of the Immigration Rules, it was…

Despite the challenges faced by many during the Covid-19 pandemic, Meadows Ryan Solicitors has been very fortunate to bolster our property team.

Stephen Carew – Consultant Solicitor, Property Stephen started out as a foreign exchange trader working at various investment banks in the city. He qualified in 2000 having gained experience in residential property and is now a specialist Commercial and Residential Property Solicitor. Stephen has very broad experience acting for a wide range of clients; from…

Surrey Law Society Legal Awards

We are pleased to announce that Meadows Ryan Solicitors has been shortlisted for two awards at this year’s Surrey Law Society Legal Awards taking place this September 2021. Our Managing Partner, Piers Meadows has been shortlisted for Property Lawyer of the year, while our Practice Manager and Partner, Ashley Burrow, has been shortlisted for “Support…

What is a Notary Public?

The Notaries Society has described notaries as representing, “the oldest and smallest branch of the legal profession in England and Wales”. Many notaries are also solicitors, but not all solicitors are qualified as notaries; there are approximately 775 notaries in England and Wales. A notary public is mostly concerned with authenticating and certifying signatures, documents…