Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Eric Robinson Solicitors
21 followers -
Making law make sense for the last 50 years
Making law make sense for the last 50 years

21 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Our new Basingstoke office is open for business. Pop in to say hello if you're in the area!
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Our Basingstoke office is taking shape...

Today's addition is our bespoke cardboard desks from Flute Upcycling
PhotoPhotoPhotoPhoto
1/30/17
4 Photos - View album
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Short term lets, easy income or more hassle than its worth?
It sounds ideal, being able to let your property out on a short term basis as either a holiday let or through a company such as Air BnB.

http://bit.ly/2kt7aw9
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Whilst many will miss the celebrations and yuletide magic, for some people the farewell to stress and difficulties that arise over family issues during the festive season is more than welcome.

Read the blog here: http://bit.ly/2je4Yb6
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Why not have a look at our current job opportunities:
http://bit.ly/2aCfFll
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
As conveyancers, we are bound by compliance matters dictated to us by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, The Law Society, and the Government, amongst others. As well, until recently, conveyancing was stuck in a bit of a time warp. Up until a few years ago conveyancers were still using typewriters and fax still forms part of our repertoire! However, things are moving forward, at last!

http://www.ericrobinson.co.uk/site/blog/Conveyancing-Blog/what-is-compliance
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
With soaring property prices, getting onto the property ladder for the first time can seem like an arduous task. The reforms to the Stamp Duty thresholds in the 2014 Autumn statement have certainly helped with some of the costs, but the government has recognised that saving for a deposit can be the first hurdle.
Therefore, it has been announced that from the 1 December, a first time buyer’s ISA account can be opened to help save for this hurdle. http://bit.ly/1Iv9NCm
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded