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Employment Law Bulletin 9

BullyingAs a solicitor specialising in employment law, one of the most frequent complaints raised by employees is that they have been ‘bullied’.  Each person will have a different understanding

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Do I really need to make a Will?

Do I really need to make a Will?None of us like to think too much about getting older. Dying and planning what will happen to our assets can seem a laborious and overly complicated task, so it’s hardly

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Private Client Bulletin 3

A Fraud Marriage and a Funeral?  The Effect of a Predatory Marriage (or any!) on Your Estate The UK has an increasing aged population, with an estimated 8.7 million citizens aged over 70. An

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Family Law Bulletin 5: Perils of unmarried couples

The number of cohabiting families in the UK has increased remarkably over the last decade with the number of cohabiting couple families growing faster than married couple families. Data from the Office

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Employment Law Update

Extension of the Furlough Scheme (CJRS)On Saturday 31st October the Prime Minister announced a further national lockdown in England to address the increasing rate of Covid-19 infections throughout the

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Commercial Property Bulletin 5

Last month’s commercial property bulletin focused on retail and the potential shape of the High Street of the future, discussing the way in which the Covid-19 pandemic has necessitated a more flexible

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Private Client Bulletin 2

Discussions about future care needs are often avoided.  We all hope that we will remain healthy and able to manage our daily activities without external support.  However, the reality is that

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Family Law Bulletin 4: Financial Matters Upon Divorce

Resolving financial issues arising from a marriage is often the most difficult part of dealing with a divorce.  Initiating the divorce process is only the first step and whilst that is often an emotionally

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Employment Law Bulletin 8

Job Support SchemeWith the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (‘CJRS’) due to end on 31 October 2020, the Government has been facing increasing pressure to provide some alternatives or an extension to

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Commercial Property Bulletin 4

Whilst the residential property market in the southeast appears to be holding up against the ravages of the recession, there are signs that Covid-19 is starting to take its toll on the commercial real

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