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  • Monday 3rd October 2016

    Buying a property jointly, what should you consider?

    If you are in the lucky position to be buying a home with another person, your solicitor will ask you how the property will be owned. There are two different sorts of joint ownership, joint tenancy and tenancy in common, so how do they differ and which type will suit your situation the best? 1. ...

  • Monday 3rd October 2016

    Bullying in the workplace

    Bullying in the workplace can take many forms and following on from the recent and what many considered nationally divisive EU Referendum, there are concerns it will take place linked to how people voted, or their political beliefs. Whilst a national referendum is a very infrequent event in the ...

  • Monday 3rd October 2016

    Notary services

    If you need the services of a Notary for example to have a document or signature witnessed, then you can make an appointment to visit our Gravesend office at 18 Stone Street or our Maidstone office at 16 Mill Street. A Notary Public is a public officer appointed by the Court of Faculties of The ...

  • Monday 3rd October 2016

    Gullands raises a glass to Medway Rotary Beer and Cider Festival

    Gullands joined in the festivities at this year’s Medway Rotary Beer and Cider Festival which took place at the Star Meadow Sports Club in Gillingham on Saturday 2 July. With over 40 real ales and ciders from all over the UK available, Gullands sponsored a local brew by Kent Cider Co. The ...

  • Monday 3rd October 2016

    Blair Gulland honoured to receive HRH Duke of Gloucester

    On Tuesday 28 June Gullands Chairman, Blair Gulland, attended The Almshouse Association’s Patron Awards at Bedfont nr. Staines, where he received HRH Duke of Gloucester. The Almshouse Association is a support charity representing 1,700 independent almshouse charities throughout the UK, ...

  • Monday 3rd October 2016

    Gullands put their oar in for Dandelion Time

    Gullands is sponsoring the annual Dandelion Time Rowathon for the third year, continuing to help raise money for the support and welfare of families across Kent. Last year’s rowathon saw participants embark on a 5,618-mile journey from Marden to Madagascar, raising over £13,000. This ...

  • Monday 3rd October 2016

    Gullands' partner takes part in KM Dragon Boat Race

    Sunday 3 July saw Gullands’ Partner, Alan Williams, join over 500 people as they took part in the KM Dragon Boat Race at Mote Park, Maidstone. The event, organised by the KM Charity Team, takes place every year on the first Sunday in July. Simon Dolby, chief executive of the KM Charity ...

  • Monday 3rd October 2016

    Gullands march on for KM Charity Team

    Gullands supported the Kent Messenger Charity Team’s Big Charity Walk which took place on Sunday 26 June in Maidstone. The KM Charity Walk is an annual fundraising event which supports the educational services delivered by the KM Charity Team. Leaving from Mote House in Maidstone, ...

  • Monday 3rd October 2016

    Criminal solicitor turns detective to retrace family history

    Gullands’ Criminal Solicitor Patrick Bligh, has recently turned detective as he embarked on a journey which took him to Italy to retrace his father’s World War Two experience. Patrick’s father, Ken Bligh, was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers fighting in North Africa when he ...

  • Monday 3rd October 2016

    Staff profile legal eye on James Shiells

    Name: James Shiells Position: Executive Department: Private Client Areas of expertise: I am a member of Gullands’ Probate and Wills Department. My principle duties and responsibilities include estate administration, preparation of Wills, preparation of Powers of Attorney, change of name ...

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