Cheltenham based Solicitors Hughes Paddison, have added Employment Law to the range of corporate and commercial legal services the firm offers its business clients, with the recruitment of Kimberley Whalen-Blake as a Director and Solicitor.
Hughes Paddison have made a new senior addition to further strengthen their Private Client Department, with the appointment of Sue Senkbeil.
A recent case heard in the UK Privy Council (whose Judges are for the most part Judges of the UK Supreme Court) has highlighted the need for care to be taken when making these arrangements.
In the case (Whitlock –v- Moree) the deceased was a 90 year old business man. At the time of his death he had a substantial sum in his bank account. The year before he died he added Mr Moree to his bank account.
Hughes Paddison exhibiting at The University of West of England Careers Fair
This article by Jennifer Allen looks at the extent to which either pre or post-nuptial agreements will be taken into account by the Court and also looks forward to the impact Brexit may have on this area of law.
Cheltenham Racecourse - Thursday 4th October 8.30am-10am
With landlords seemingly being public enemy number one, there is a real need to look at how property investments are held. Join our panel of experts who will guide you through a case study on the tax and legal implications of restructuring your property portfolio and explore the opportunities available both in the short and long term. This breakfast seminar offers a great opportunity to gain insight from the experts who will be on hand to answer your questions.
Paul Engelbrecht visits the site of clients Dunedin Homes Limited and reflects on their level of activity and achievements
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