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    • 24 February 2021

      Legal Services: Frequently Asked Questions

      Do you have a legal question? Read more

    • 22 February 2021

      Digital Assets and Wills Q&A

      Technology is a huge part of modern life and our digital assets include everything from photos to online banking and email accounts. Read more

    • 17 February 2021

      Legal Advice for unmarried couples: Q&A

      During lockdown, many unmarried couples moved in together but is there legal protection for cohabiting couples? Read more

    • 15 February 2021

      Adverse Possession Q&A

      Adverse possession is sometimes described as "squatter's rights". Prior to the Land Registration Act 2002, a squatter could acquire the right to be registered as proprietor of a registered estate if they had been in adverse possession of the land for a minimum of 12 years.  Since the Land Registration Act 2002 came into force, it is more difficult to claim adverse possession of registered land, although the period of possession is reduced to 10 years.  The minimum 12 year period of possession remains for unregistered land. Read more

    • 12 February 2021

      Thinking of Proposing on Valentine’s Day? Consider a Pre-Nup too!

      With Valentine’s Day just around the corner many couples will be considering how they are able to celebrate another annual celebration during lockdown.  With bars, restaurants and entertainment venues closed, couples are having to come up with other ideas to make the occasion special whilst sticking to the restrictions. Read more

    • 9 February 2021

      Brexit: Employing EU citizens in the UK Q&A

      Brexit ended freedom of movement between the UK and EU, with the UK introducing an immigration system meaning that businesses who want to recruit or employ a workforce from outside the UK, will need to ensure that their applicants meet certain requirements and have permission to work and live in the UK. Read more

    • 8 February 2021

      Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme

      The Government has released a new incentive for First Time Buyers, being hailed as Help to Buy 2.0. They are designed to make it more affordable for people to own their own homes. Read more

    • 5 February 2021

      Pre-nuptial Agreements and Wills: Married at First Sight

      For those who have not seen the TV programme ‘Married at First Sight’ it essentially is what it says on the tin. Two single people are matched together by relationship experts and meet each other for the first time on their wedding day. Read more

    • 28 January 2021

      Data Protection issues when considering Private workplace COVID-19 testing

      Every year, January 28th is marked as International Data Privacy Day, a united effort to empower individuals and encourage businesses to respect privacy. In this article Employment and Data Protection Solicitor, Robert Hickford considers Data Protection issues when implementing Private workplace COVID-19 testing. Read more

    • 25 January 2021

      What are the grounds for contesting a Will?

      The rise in contested probate cases over recent years has been attributed to increasing wealth through greater property ownership and increased house prices, complex family relationships and a rise in homemade Wills.  Solicitors have been warned that Lockdown Wills could prompt a future wave of contentious probate claims, raising questions about the witnessing of documents and over undue influence and capacity. Read more