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HG Walker - Law Spot Top 10 Tips for First Time Buyers

Top 10 Tips for First Time Buyers

Buying your first property can be daunting, so Jane Colver, Harold G Walker’s Conveyancing specialist has put together some top tips to guide you through the process of buying your first home.

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HG Walker's Victoria Elford on Life Interest Trust's

I have recently remarried. How do I ensure my daughter from my previous marriage, inherits my half share of the property which I own jointly with my new husband?

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Toni Oxborough's Top Tips for Pre-Nuptial Agreements

Top Tips for setting up a Pre-Nuptial agreement

People who marry do not expect to divorce. However it is not uncommon for people to look for ways to protect their assets before saying “I do”. Here are our top tips for getting the right Pre-Nuptial arrangement in place:

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Here comes the sun !

Here Comes The Sun......

Now that the weather is improving, and as I assist people in how to look after and protect their skin on a daily basis, I thought I would take the opportunity to share some information and advice around this hot topic.

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Conveyancing searches

What searches are needed on a purchase?

It is essential that the necessary searches are carried out to identify any potential problems or issues and to ensure that these then can be resolved prior to your purchase.

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Deed of Variation

My father has excluded my brother from his will leaving everything to me – I don’t think it’s fair – is there anything I can do about this and if so, are there any inheritance tax consequences for me?

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Mary Kay

A Fresh Face of Beauty - Lynne Henderson

Microdermabrasion is a deeply effective treatment for renewing a fresh, young-looking glow to your skin.

Microdermabrasion can best be described as plastic surgery without the plastic... or the surgery! It’s one of the simplest and least disruptive skin treatments and is ideal even for people with sensitive skin.

The microdermabrasion technique works with micro crystals, which are hard enough to disrupt unwanted tired skin cells that cause dull looking skin. But small enough not to do any damage or even cause discomfort or pain. The technique involves propelling the micro crystals across the skins surface, removing only the top layer of skin cells. This technology reveals new, living cells leaving a healthy glow. The epidermal layers of the skin are rejuvenated leading to collagen production and plumper skin. As we age, we struggle to produce collagen & so this really does help with those fine lines & wrinkles....

Microdermabrasion is a progressive procedure. After the first session, your skin will feel softer and you may see a very subtle improvement. Generally, a course of sessions is required to gain visible improvement. Your skin however will improve with additional treatments as increased circulation is noted within the dermis and newer, healthier skin cells are produced. Not only does undergoing a microdermabrasion facial mean not having any artificial or even natural substances injected, but it also works in harmony with your body. Once the treatment has removed dead and tired cells, your body will work to replace them with fresh, healthier looking skin. Having a microdermabrasion facial does not cause any pain or even discomfort. Not only can you return to your normal routine immediately after treatment, but you can even reapply your make-up right away. The only real side effect is possible temporary redness of the skin, which soon fades. Other existing medical conditions should be highlighted during your consultation and advice will be given on an individual basis.

Although microdermabrasion is fundamentally safe, you should still make sure to get treated at a reputable clinic with staff that can provide their credentials and experience.

For more information & to try Microdermabrasion for free simply text SKIN to 60777. Alternatively you can contact Lynne on 07704799866 to discuss any queries or skincare issues directly.

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Wrinkles! Why do we get them & can we reduce them?

Wrinkles in the skin can occur all over the body and can be caused by different factors over time. Many people all over the world concern themselves with the reduction and prevention of wrinkles as to look younger longer. Those who have already began seeing wrinkles on their face or in other parts of their body where they are unhappy to see the signs of wrinkles, will want to concern themselves with using products, natural remedies, or other methods to reduce the signs of their wrinkles. Many younger people of today, especially those who are in their thirties, are taking preventative measures to slow the process of wrinkling skin.

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Stephen C Associates

Stephen C Associates

Stephen C Associates are the leading concert promoters and event management company on the south coast, based locally in Poole.

We promote concerts including the Upton House Music festival in Poole and are bringing Olly Murs to Kings Park, Bournemouth on 5th August 2017.

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Mary Kay Skincare & Cosmetics

Skin Types – Which one are you?

You’ve probably heard people talking about normal, oily, dry, combination, or sensitive skin types. But which one do you have? How can you tell and what can you do to keep it in tip top condition?

Your skin can change over time. For example, younger people are more likely than older folks to have a normal skin type.

What’s the difference between them all?

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sarah ali choudhury

Sarah Ali Choudhury

My name is Sarah Ali Choudhury, Bournemouth based Mother of 4 and an Indian Chef. I create real, home cooked Indian food and I was recognised in 1996 as the first Indian female to run an Indian restaurant at the age of 20 years.

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Stephen C Associates

Stephen C Associates

Stephen C Associates Ltd is a local events creation management company established six years-ago by Mr Stephen McManus CEO who, with 33 years of experience in the catering, events and hospitality sector organising events across the world, fell in love with the Dorset countryside and decided to move to Poole.

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it's tea

Winter Warmers with It's Tea ltd

Feeling those Winter blues? Kicking alcohol for a while? What better way to to start the new year than with a new tea? A fantastic refreshing drink that is good for you as well!

Lets face it there’s nothing nicer on a cold midwinter’s day than a soothing cup of tea. But besides being a tasty, warming, pick-me-up, tea has lots of wonderful health benefits. Here at It’s Tea all of our teas contain just natural ingredients and non of the unwelcome ingredients some detox teas include. Here are just a few of our favourites from our selection of over 250 different teas, which are available in store and online...

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it's tea

It's tea- Ask the Expert

Why do we use tea infusers today and not tea strainers?

Many years ago tea was incredibly expensive and sometimes difficult to source. Tea was made by putting exactly the right amount of tea directly into the tea-pot and boiling exactly the right amount of water for the cups required. A strainer, being like a small sieve, was placed onto each cup and after the correct brewing time the tea-pot fully emptied with the leaves being caught in the strainer, the tea was then kept and re-brewed as required in exactly the same manor.

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Williams Thompson

Williams Thompson Solicitors

My Happy Christmas wishes this year go, unusually, to our local councillors....

As a group I suspect they are seldom at the top of anyone’s Christmas list, but I cannot but notice that they are having an unusually hard time of it at present.

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Williams Thompson Solicitors

On the face of it, the proposal to scrap the nine different councils that run Dorset and replace them with just two seems sensible...

If you were starting a fresh, you would never devise the current complex maze of nine different councils with differing powers. The result is significant duplication of departments and services. There are six chief executives and 330 councillors spread across the county.

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Mary Kay Skincare & Cosmetics

Mary Kay Skincare & Cosmetics

What are Anti Oxidants in Skincare?

You made have heard people discussing Anti Oxidants in food, skincare and other beauty products – but what are they?

Well, Anti Oxidants protect your skin by limiting the production of Free Radicals (single cell atoms/molecules that have gained or lost an electron) – which can damage skin cells.

The use of Anti Oxidants in skincare does a lot for your skin in the way of health & appearance, including reducing the signs of aging. They also help to enhance the effectiveness of Sunscreens.

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mary kay

Mary Kay Skincare & Cosmetics

Prime & Protect!

Yes peeps, it's that time of year again! You know, when parents decide to face paint their children's face, ears, eyes, neck etc in anticipation of Trick or Treating!

So as Halloween season approaches I thought I would give you 2 top tips to make sure that when your children have finished having a great time, you don't have to deal with the following....

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william thompson

Williams Thompson Solicitors

What’s happening to our Post Offices? Their services are important to us and essential to local businesses. Indeed, they are part of our local communities.

It was a worry a few years ago when the large post office and royal mail depot in the centre of Christchurch was sold off for property redevelopment.

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blu lake

Blu Lake

Three tips to celebrate UK Older People’s Day

Did you know, Saturday 1st October, is UK Older People’s Day? Part of the UN International Day of Older Persons, this great day is a chance to celebrate the contribution that those who have lived longer lives make to communities and businesses.

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