Harness the expertise of a Property Solicitor on the Isle of Wight Whether you are buying or selling, moving house is an incredibly exciting experience. From first time buyers to experienced landlords, the flutter of anticipation when you receive the keys to your new home cannot be denied. By appointing a specialist Property Solicitor,, Read More

Why Does Conveyancing Take So Long?  The holy grail of fast conveyancing After months of searching for a new home you’ve finally found one that you want to buy and the seller has accepted your offer.  Now your thoughts have turned to paint charts, colour schemes and speculative trips to Ikea.  Unfortunately it can, Read More

Will writing on the Isle of Wight scheme success for local charity Will writing on the Isle of Wight was a profitable experience for Island charity Age UK.  Local solicitors on the Isle of Wight including Wheelers Solicitors were proud to support Age UK in their Will writing scheme again this year. Age UK, Read More

As an entrepreneur, you are naturally excited to take on new premises, opening or expanding your business. Wheelers Solicitors specialise in the acquisition and disposal of commercial property and businesses. From small shop units to large scale commercial buildings. Dealing with issues of rent review, security of tenure, repairing obligations and option agreements. We are, Read More

He’s done it again! As some of you may remember in 2017, along with his son Lewis, Paul Wheeler took on the challenge of scaling the O2 Millennium Dome in order to raise money for Rotary International’s campaign to eradicate Polio and Roll out the Barrel. They completed the challenge and raised £160. On, Read More

Probate and Timescales When a loved one passes away there can seem to be no end to the things to organise from the funeral to house clearance and dealing with the financial affairs. Combined with the experience of grief and supporting those around you this is a difficult time. Some people find that getting, Read More

2018 is shaping up to be another challenging one in the UK property market and for conveyancers. The continued negotiations over Brexit, potential further interest rate rises, changes to leasehold sales and the effects of the abolition of stamp duty for first-time buyers are among the key issues that will affect home buyers and, Read More

You can get part of your application fee back if you applied to register a power attorney from 1 April 2013 to 31 March 2017. This applies to lasting powers of attorney (LPA) and enduring powers of attorney (EPA). You can only claim a refund if you made the power of attorney in England, Read More

Do you need a Lasting Power of Attorney? There are 2.5m Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) agreements in place in England and Wales. Last year, the number of LPAs granted increased by 15% to more than 600,000. As life expectancy rises, so too will the number of people expected to need to grant a, Read More