Given the freak storms, record temperatures, and ease within which people have adapted to the new normal, as I look out of my ‘office’ window, cup... Read more »
Rishi Sunak, the Chancellor of Exchequer has openly admitted, “There is hardship ahead for many people,” as furlough ends.
The furlough scheme... Read more »
In a single sentence, hardly any. In spite of the fact there are now more than 3.3 million cohabiting families in the UK there is still no law that... Read more »
Kloarba Dema of our Private Client Team reviews the circumstances and timing for reviewing your Will.
You have finally signed your Will and crossed... Read more »
International surrogacy is a fast-growing area, and increasingly popular for intended parents resident in the UK, who are unable to find a surrogate... Read more »
Victoria Maxwell from our Family Team who is a specialist in international surrogacy, was an expert speaker at the Growing Families US Surrogacy... Read more »
Effective 3rd September - traded companies will need to comply with new Regulations
The Companies (Shareholders' Rights to Voting Confirmations)... Read more »
Today is A level results day across England and Wales. 250,000 teenagers will find out if the computer algorithm for their school has given them the... Read more »
It was fair to say in 2014 when Gwyneth Paltrow announced she and Chris Martin, her husband, had become “consciously uncoupled” that most of -... Read more »
When considering purchasing the freehold to your property you may also need to consider whether there are any employment issues which may arise.... Read more »