Hughes Solicitors
19 High Street
Heathfield
TN21 8LU

8:45am to 5pm
Monday to Friday
(evenings and weekend
by prior appointment)

Hughes Solicitors
19 High Street
Heathfield
TN21 8LU

8:45am to 5pm
Monday to Friday
(evenings and weekend
by prior appointment)

Glowing report from 2021 Lexcel Assessment

Glowing report from 2021 Lexcel Assessment

It has been a challenging eighteen months for every business due to the pandemic, especially law firms.  Initially, the demand for making a will soared, and then the property sector has faced additional challenges as the stamp duty holiday caused the housing market to...

Hughes Solicitors at Le Marché

Hughes Solicitors at Le Marché

On 30 August 2021, Hughes Solicitors will have a presence at Le Marché and the team will be sharing information about our legal services for wills and probate and residential conveyancing. We will be setting up a small marquee just outside our office.  We have a...

A warm welcome to residential property solicitor Daniel Pike

A warm welcome to residential property solicitor Daniel Pike

Our residential property team in Heathfield goes from strength to strength with the addition of Daniel Pike, a solicitor and South East property market expert. With over 15 years of experience, Daniel has acted for clients on a wide range of property matters...

Video: Who should you choose to be your executor(s)?

Video: Who should you choose to be your executor(s)?

When advising people who are making their will, a common question we are asked is who should I choose to be my executors? You need to appoint at least one person to deal with your estate after you have died, and we understand choosing people to undertake this role can...

Big weddings on again – but don’t forget your will …

Big weddings on again – but don’t forget your will …

From today, 21 June, big wedding ceremonies and receptions are back on in England, with no restriction on the number of guests who can be invited as long as it is held outside or in a Covid-secure public venue, and all social distancing rules are complied with. This...

Rod Hughes becomes Consultant Solicitor, retiring as Partner

Rod Hughes becomes Consultant Solicitor, retiring as Partner

It is with mixed feelings that we announce that Rod Hughes will be retiring as a partner on 1 May 2021, though Rod will remain as a part-time consultant assisting with property related matters for clients of the firm. He will be working three days each week, usually...

Rod Hughes reflects on his legal career

Rod Hughes reflects on his legal career

Taking a step back from partnership as he becomes a consultant, Rod Hughes reflects on his legal career, achievements over the last ten years with Hughes Solicitors, what the firm means to him and he shares (more than) a few plans for his retirement. Founding Hughes...

Video: Three good reasons for making a will

Video: Three good reasons for making a will

Making a will is one of those tasks which often gets put to one side. However, the coronavirus has shone a spotlight on our mortality and if anything should happen to you, we are sure you would want to make it as easy as possible for your family to deal with your...

Inheritance planning – Making lifetime gifts

Inheritance planning – Making lifetime gifts

Christmas is a time for giving, and maybe also a time for planning your inheritance as we look ahead to a new year. If you wish to limit the amount of inheritance tax which will be owed to HM Treasury when you die, then there are various steps which you can take which...