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    • 16 July 2021

      Workplace Age Discrimination: Q&A

      According to official figures from the Ministry of Justice and employment tribunals, age discrimination claims have increased by 74% in the past year. Read more

    • 13 July 2021

      Employment Law: Enforcing a money judgement Q&A

      If you win an employment tribunal and the respondent does not pay you can enforce a money judgement. In this Q&A, Denise Traube, answers frequently asked questions when faced with enforcing a money judgement following an employment tribunal. Read more

    • 12 July 2021

      Contested Probate cases continue to rise, but at what cost?

      Families are prepared to contest Wills despite the initial outlay in expenses, with over a quarter of Brits being ready to challenge a loved ones will, if they were unhappy with the contents. Read more

    • 9 July 2021

      What now for the housing market?

      House prices reached a record rise of nearly 9% in 2021 as the UK property market enjoyed a property boom. With the first stamp duty holiday deadline behind us, as of 30th June 2021, what does the housing market look like for the later part of 2021? Read more

    • 7 July 2021

      Six Employment Law updates your business needs to know about in 2021

      Employment law is a vital part of business, Robert Hickford Employment Solicitor and Partner reviews six changes of Employment Law in 2021 that may affect you and your business.  Read more

    • 5 July 2021

      Focus on Family Law: How will the new No Fault Divorce Rules work?

      No-fault divorce is due to come into effect in England and Wales on 6th April 2022. It will be the biggest reform of divorce law in 50 years.  Couples will be able to get divorced without one person needing to blame the other for the breakdown of a relationship, for the first time. Read more

    • 18 June 2021

      Steeles Law announce partnership promotions

      Steeles Law is delighted to announce staff promotions to partnership level effective as of 1st June 2021. Read more

    • 11 June 2021

      How do I leave a legacy in my Will?

      Many families leave legacies to charity in their Wills and there are many reasons for this. Perhaps a charity that has supported a loved one, a community charity close to their hearts or couples that have no immediate family they wish to leave their estates to. Read more

    • 9 June 2021

      No fault divorce delayed until 2022

      It was announced on Monday, 7th June, in response to a parliamentary question, that couples seeking a no-fault divorce under the new legislation will have to wait until 2022. The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act will now come into force on 6th April 2022, not the Autumn as the government had originally planned. Read more

    • 14 May 2021

      Conveyancing: 95% Mortgage Scheme

      From the 19th of April, a government backed scheme will help first time buyers or current homeowners secure a mortgage with just a 5% deposit to buy a property. Read more