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Disputes concerning wills and inheritance can be tricky and sensitive.
Mar 2022 - Employment Blog
Law firms must be crystal clear when making decisions affected by the war.
Having dealt with a range of residential purchase transactions, I have seen many pitfalls, and problems that can arise. Most issues can be resolved, however some can derail a property transaction.
It has been confirmed by Secretary of State for Justice, following a Parliamentary question raised on 7th June 2021 that the widely anticipated Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 (‘The Act’) will come into force on 6th April 2022.
For hundreds of years, the high street has been the centre of communities throughout Britain
Feb 2022 - Edwards Duthie Shamash News
A High Court election petition did not result in the annulment of the election in question because, although the Respondent election winner was shown to have included…
Latest HPCDS proposals The consultation on the Housing Possession Court Duty Scheme has recently closed. Here, Simon Mullings analyses a key proposal to offer early legal advice…
Jan 2022 - Edwards Duthie Shamash News
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Nov 2021 - Employment Blog
During lockdown a number of readers got creative and almost overnight became entrepreneurs. Across the UK we have seen an increase in small companies producing home cooked food, jewelry made in bedrooms and individuals using their skills or natural charms to influence others online.