What happens if your employer decides to let you go without first issuing a written warning?
The world is becoming increasingly digital, and the way we buy and sell homes is no exception.
To mark National Conveyancing Week, we’ve put together a Q&A with our Residential Conveyancing team.
If you are entitled to money from an estate as the next of kin, we discuss how you go about claiming your inheritance.
With Mental Health and Wellbeing featuring in the news, here are five ways employers can help to ensure employee wellbeing.
How can we know which solicitor is most appropriate for us and our particular circumstances? Here are our thoughts.
With Christmas just around the corner we look at ways to stop family arguments during the festive period.
In this article we look at whether the introduction of mediation services can avoid destructive litigation.
We consider the rights of employees when companies go insolvent and the rights they have,
It’s a commonly understood misbelief that cohabiting couples are in a common-law relationship and therefore, have the same rights and legal protection as those who are either married or in a civil partnership. However, this isn’t the case. The law in England and Wales does not consider that those living together are in a legal […]
Rhian Whiting, our specialist in Children’s law is preparing to raise £5,000 for Cancer Research Wales by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in February 2021. One of the seven summits, Mount Kilimanjaro is the world’s tallest free-standing mountain and is the highest peak in Africa. After a trek of around 9 days, Rhian and her guided group […]
It’s natural to think that when a dispute occurs and solicitors become involved, that the only possible outcome is a costly court case, from both a financial and emotional perspective. But there is another way. Mediation is the process where, with the help of a third, neutral party, both sides can negotiate an agreed outcome […]