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When bullying goes on behind the screen

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(In the run-up to this year’s Anti-Bullying Week, which runs from 16th– 20th November 2020, employers are being encouraged to look at how new styles of working may be affecting...

Companies with EU customers must act now

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When the transition period ends and the UK’s exit from the European Union is complete, businesses with customers in Europe will need to keep on the right side of data...
Experts are warning against self-directed videos following the announcement by the Government that legislation is to be introduced in September to allow wills to be signed remotely using a live...
Landlords are breathing a sigh of relief over the news that a court has allowed an eviction notice despite a copy of the gas safety certificate not being provided before...
Landlords of residential property could face high fines if they do not meet the latest energy efficiency standards. On 1st April 2020, the latest stage of the Minimum Energy Efficiency...
By a family law expert The coronavirus crisis is redefining lifestyles and the boundaries of our interactions; a situation that can challenge even the strongest bonds.  For couples who are...

Mum and Dad need to get with it

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Parents who help their children get on the property ladder are being urged to adopt a more professional approach when it comes to handing over the cash. Faced with high...
Financial abuse of vulnerable people by those acting on their behalf is on the rise, with investigations into the actions of appointed attorneys soaring to a record high. With the...

In Brief: Dying Intestate

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A person is known to die ‘intestate’ when they die without leaving a Will (or a valid Will).  In such circumstances, the Intestacy Rules come into effect.  These rules determine...
Divorce rates have fallen to their lowest level since the 1970s but breakdowns continue to spike after the festive season, and professionals are encouraging couples with rocky relationships to focus...

The new Tenant Fees Act

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On 1st June this year, a new act came into force that has a profound effect on the rental market. It’s relevant not just for landlords and tenants, but for agencies...

Feathering new nests for fledglings

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Exam results have been released and new students know where they will be heading for university.  Following the relief of results day, the next big headache for parents is often...
Employers are being advised to review their support for women experiencing problems in the workplace because of the menopause or risk compensation claims, following an employment tribunal ruling. Mandy Davies...
Proposed changes could have far-reaching implications for future estate tax planning Sweeping reform of inheritance tax has been recommended to cut complexity of the so-called ‘death tax’, but experts are...

What is a Temporary Events Notice?

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School and village fetes seem to be an essential part of English summers. There’s nothing nicer than wandering around, dodging the inevitable rain showers, checking out the amusingly shaped vegetables,...
Family breakups are, without doubt, one of the most stressful and upsetting processes anyone can go through. This is particularly true if there are children involved, and/or the separation is...
Debt collection is a term that strikes terror into business owners and individuals alike. The image of burly men banging on the door and taking away all your worldly goods...
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