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New Year, New Me

Marcus Crawley
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‘Divorce Day’ and the post-Christmas spike in Divorce Rates For many, the New Year is a time for reflection and resolutions. Whilst for most, this means that they decide to get back to the gym, read more or achieve some other goal of...

Privacy and Electronic Communications (Amendment) Regulations 2018

Rosalin Gautam
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Amendments to the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003 (SI 2003/2426) ( PECR ) have come into force today (19 December 2018). The intention of the 2018 Regs is to increase the powers of the Information Commissioner’s...

LASTING POWERS OF ATTORNEY - DO I NEED THEM?

Claire Holland
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The simple answer is yes!  Most people appreciate the importance of making a valid Will so that we can have control over where our assets should go after we die. But you should also consider what would happen if you suddenly lost the capacity –...

COHABITATION: Universal access to Civil Partnership

Tom  Airey
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At the start of this year I wrote about the common-law marriage myth, which continues to endure so pervasively within the national consciousness, and how this widely assumed fiction misleads many cohabiting couples as to their legal rights  (click here...

Unopposed lease renewals - how does the Court decide terms?

Andrew Turner
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The recent County Court case of Dukeminster Limited v Westend Investments (Cowell Group) Limited has provided guidance in relation to what is likely to happen if your section 25 Notice contains a mistake and also on the question of how the Court will...

Late filing penalties

Louise Morran
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As a Company director you are expected to carry out many roles within your business including overseeing the filing of company documents at Companies House. In the past Companies House have been very lenient in respect of late filings which has meant that...

Probate Registry Fees

Leah Vincent
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The government has brought back its 2017 plan for a significant increase in probate application fees for estates in England and Wales. It is understood that the current plan to introduce the new probate registry fees will be in April 2019. The proposed new...

Budget changes to Entrepreneurs' Relief

Danielle Isaac
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Budget changes to Entrepreneurs’ Relief highlight benefits of EMI share options In the Autumn budget 2018, changes to entrepreneurs’ relief were announced which make it harder for companies to give share incentives to employees which benefit...

We have separated, who will the children spend Christmas day with?

Jennifer Allen
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Separating/ divorcing parents can find that it is difficult to reach an agreement as to who their children spend time with at Christmas. Difficult conversations can be a source of stress over the Christmas period, resulting in family disputes. In order...

Think before 'Droning on'......

Joanna Bisco
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With drones now selling for as little as £50, and both commercial and private use of drones increasing rapidly, sometimes for dubious purposes, is there any law regulating the use of drones or have the skies become the Wild West? Many of the...

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