I have often felt that some of my clients have been living with domestic abuse for many years, without even realising it, writes Louise Barretto, Head... Read more »
It may seem odd, but did you know that as the 1836 Marriage Act currently stands only Jewish and Quaker weddings are permitted to take place outdoors?... Read more »
Since lockdown many businesses have successfully implemented full-time remote working.
Initial fears that productivity levels would suffer have... Read more »
A plethora of information is available in this area and online “tools” are increasingly enabling individuals to prepare Lasting Powers of Attorney... Read more »
It’s rarely cheery reading, writes David Little, Partner in our Commercial and Corporate team, absorbing the monthly updates of R3, the Association... Read more »
Most family lawyers have a store of notorious stories about clients spending £20,000 to try to recover the £5,000 they are sure their spouse is... Read more »
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 »