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Remote hearings for family courts - opinion piece

Andrew Robinson
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After reading in the BBC News ' Remote hearings for family courts 'horribly cruel ' we've got in touch with our Family Law expert and found out what he thinks. Andy described: The difficulties in family law cases concerning children I...

The importance of receptionists - Interview

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When Fishers moved to new offices last November, it was really important the office fit with the ambitions of the company, that everyone had a nice space to work, communal areas were light and welcoming but most importantly the reception area was modern,...

Top tips for getting ready to go back to the office - commercial property blog

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Preparing office space once lockdown is lifted Office spaces with communal areas and shared facilities will be in the frontline when the next stage of lockdown is lifted, and staff return to the workplace.  Managing the return and preparing the...

Selling a house after lockdown: a conveyancing blog

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As you will no doubt have seen via TV, social media and in the press the last 24 hours: “ Estate agents’ offices can now open; viewings are permitted; show homes can open; removal companies and the other essential parts of the sales and letting...

Business Survival and Planning for the end of Lockdown

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COVID-19 has hit all sections of the business community hard and none of us will be able to escape its consequences for the foreseeable future. All the forecasts are that we will be enduring a recession, the only question being how long it will take the...

Conveyancing after Coronavirus

Amanda Payne
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This was the best start to a year for a few – after 3 and a half years of Brexit, then the Election, we had that certainty, confidence in the housing market returning.  Conveyancing staff in the office increased Q1.  Now we don’t know...

Landlords must comply with latest energy standards

Beth Abbott
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Landlords of residential property could face high fines if they do not meet the latest energy efficiency standards.  On 1 st April 2020, the latest stage of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards was implemented, making it unlawful for landlords to...

Locking up the legalities when planning ahead in the virus crisis

Guy Birtwistle
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NHS workers fighting Covid-19 on the front line, together with the elderly and vulnerable, lie behind a huge spike in demand for will writing over recent weeks, according to the professional body for solicitors.  The Law Society says many firms have...

A toolkit for family breakdown in the lockdown

Andrew Robinson
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The coronavirus crisis is redefining lifestyles and the boundaries of our interactions; a situation that can challenge even the strongest bonds.  For couples who are struggling in their relationship, or trying to manage co-parenting, anxiety levels are...

A new tax year and changes to the Inheritance Tax rules

Hannah Howe
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The new tax year began on 6 th April, and brought with it changes to the Inheritance Tax rules. The Residence Nil Rate Band has been increased, and benefits people leaving property to their children and grandchildren. Inheritance Tax - how can you benefit?...

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