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Debtors – to Sue or to Petition?
27 Sep 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Nat Young

If you have problem debts, the obvious solution is to sue. First, you send a letter of claim. Then you start proceedings, and pay a...

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Challenging a Will: when it is invalid
25 Sep 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Lauren MacKenzie

There is ever increasing appetite for individuals to consider challenging the terms of a Will, and at the same time, a concern by individuals preparing...

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How to Handle a Grievance: 5 Steps
20 Sep 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Miranda Mulligan

Grievances are a commonplace occurrence in many businesses. Whilst many issues can be resolved informally the grievance process provides a mechanism for the employee to...

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The Risks of Soldiering On
19 Sep 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Nat Young

In business, determination is normally a virtue. However, if a company hits hard times, there are risks with just soldiering on. By trying to trade...

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Developing an IP Strategy – A Guide to the Basics
18 Sep 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Rina Sond

With the average IP assets of a business being around 80%, it is vital for businesses to know and understand their intellectual property more than...

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Owner Managed Businesses and Corporate Governance
11 Sep 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Agata Rumbelow

Corporate governance is intended to increase the accountability of a company and to help avoid disasters before they occur. There are many examples of...

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‘Fight Procrastination’ Day
6 Sep 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Victoria Wood

As private client solicitors, all too often we see the consequences when people tend towards Oscar’s approach. We assist clients daily to prepare Wills and...

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Partnership Agreements: An Essential Tool for Farmers
28 Aug 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Rina Sond

There are a large number of farming partnerships in existence in England and Wales. These usually arise organically as many farming businesses tend to...

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Farming Families and Succession Disputes
22 Aug 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Isabel Williams

With agricultural land covering over 70% of the UK , there is plenty of scope for disputes to arise over its ownership. Indeed, family disputes...

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IR35 changes to off pay-roll working in the private sector
20 Aug 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Richard Gvero

The Government has recently announced tax-related changes to off pay-roll working in the private sector, governed by the IR35 rules (the UK’s anti-avoidance tax legislation)....

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Home in time for Christmas
8 Aug 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Karen Fletcher

With the summer heatwave past us, and Selfridges having now opened up their Christmas Shop, all eyes now seem to be on the festive period....

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Farming Families and Succession Part 3
23 Jul 2019 - posted in Blog
Author: Richard Horwood

This is the third and final installment of my articles on the subject of farming families and the succession issues that surround them. We...

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