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Reasons why your LPA could be rejected

28/07/2023

An LPA is a great document to put in place - but there are ways it can fail. Our senior chartered executive Victoria Harcourt explains how to avoid yours being rejected.

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How government plans to change worker holiday entitlement could affect employers

11/07/2023

Government has announced proposals to simplify the rules around worker holiday entitlement. Senior associate solicitor Lisa Clark explains how this could affect employers in her latest blog post.

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What are the alternatives to redundancy?

20/06/2023

Need to make cost savings at your business but reluctant to let staff go? Our senior associate solicitor Lisa Clark explains redundancy alternatives in her latest blog post.

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Everything you need to know about the role of the executor

23/05/2023

What should the executor - usually appointed by a will - be doing and what should you do if they're failing? Senior associate solicitor Katy Rider explains in her latest blog post.

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Another successful prosecution

15/05/2023

We have prosecuted yet another family for failing to look after animals in their possession. Paul Ridehalgh prosecuted in court on behalf of the RSCPA.

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Five months imprisonment for animal cruelty

02/05/2023

A defendant has been jailed for five months and is disqualified from owning animals after deliberately beating and killing his ex-partner’s cat. You can read more about the case, prosecuted by Paul Ridehalgh, here.

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How personal circumstances can affect your will

27/04/2023

When a will has been made, it is important to keep it up to date to take account of changes in personal circumstances. Read Victoria Harcourt's blog post to find out more.

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Why landlords should instruct a solicitor to draft commercial leases

10/03/2023

As a landlord it can be tempting to draft and review your own lease, saving the need to instruct a solicitor. Read Robyn Veevers' blog post on why we advise a pair of legal eyes.

Commercial Property

Mirror wills: Why legal loopholes are causing a surge in disputes

17/02/2023

A legal loophole in wills is becoming increasingly common. 'Mirror wills' are causing more disputes. Find out why here with our solicitor, Anna Kerr.

Wills and Probate

How to deal with a probate property sale

14/02/2023

Selling a house is hard but when it belonged to a loved one, that's tougher still. Read Nicola Birchall's blog post on how to sell a probate property.

Wills and Probate

What to do after you’ve written your will

09/02/2023

A will is one of the most important documents that people write in their lifetime. But once you’ve penned yours, don’t just sit back... our legal director Zoe Fleming explains why.

Wills and Probate

Answered: Your probate questions

02/02/2023

Understanding the process of winding up an estate can be complicated and you may have questions about probate. Here, our head of Wills, Trusts and Probate Team answers your questions.

Wills and Probate

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