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Navigating TOLATA Claims - A Definitive Guide

Understand TOLATA Claims, a pivotal piece of legislation that affects anyone involved in a property dispute.

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Can I Be Sacked Without a Written Warning? Here’s What to Do

What happens if your employer decides to let you go without first issuing a written warning?

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How Technology is Changing the Way Our Clients Buy and Sell Homes

The world is becoming increasingly digital, and the way we buy and sell homes is no exception.

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Navigating the Conveyancing Process: A Q&A with Our Residential Conveyancing Team

To mark National Conveyancing Week, we’ve put together a Q&A with our Residential Conveyancing team.

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How to Prove You Are Next of Kin: What You Need for a Will Inheritance

If you are entitled to money from an estate as the next of kin, we discuss how you go about claiming your inheritance.

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Five Ways for Employers to help ensure Employee Wellbeing

With Mental Health and Wellbeing featuring in the news, here are five ways employers can help to ensure employee wellbeing.

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How to Know if Your Solicitor is Right for You: Top Tips To Consider

How can we know which solicitor is most appropriate for us and our particular circumstances? Here are our thoughts.

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Christmas is Coming: It’s Time to Think Tinsel, Turkey and Tact

With Christmas just around the corner we look at ways to stop family arguments during the festive period.

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Can a Probate Dispute be Mediated: We Look at the Advantages

In this article we look at whether the introduction of mediation services can avoid destructive litigation.

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What Happens When Your Employer Goes Insolvent? Your Rights

We consider the rights of employees when companies go insolvent and the rights they have,

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Cohabitation: common sense, not common law

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 […]

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