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High Speed 2 (HS2) - Claim compensation if your property is affected

Charles Killin
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Confirmation that the full HS2 Project will proceed is of huge significance for residents and landowners in North West Leicestershire. The impacts of the Route will be both financial and environmental and will affect landowners and property owners...

On the right side of the law with Emma Allen: Part 2

Emma Allen
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Hi, I’m Emma, a solicitor at Fishers! I’m here to give you monthly tips and advice on legal situations that could save you from any future stress, hurt and heartache. Last month we talked about defamation of character – understanding the...

Time to Talk at Fishers (supporting mental health awareness)

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The charity Time to Change are running a Time to Talk Day today which we are proud to take part in. Time to Change is a charity led by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness which aims to break down the stigma of talking about our mental health. Mental health...

Time to talk about workplace mental wellbeing

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Time to Talk Day on Thursday 6th February 2020 is an opportunity for employers to review policy and culture against best practice in employee mental wellbeing Workplace mental wellbeing is a top concern among employers, according to European-wide...

A new type of royalty lined up by royal couple

Victoria  Noble-Bowers
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan are stepping back from royal duties, but it may be royalties that see them through in their new life.   Before announcing their desire to spend time out of the spotlight, the Duke and Duchess of...

The Mussons: Four generations of lawyers at Fishers

Simon Musson
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Simon Musson Started working at Fishers in 1970 and is still working as a Consultant. Simon’s Father - William Henry Musson Worked as a Solicitor from 1946 until 1980 at Fishers. Simon’s Grandfather -William Pratt Musson ...

The life stages that go into legacy making

Guy Birtwistle
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Whether moving in together, marrying, entering a civil partnership, having children, divorcing, re-marrying or a new civil partnership, each of these momentous life stages has an important impact on the outcome if you were to die without leaving a will.

Christmas - a time for talking and teamwork

Andrew Robinson
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Divorce rates have fallen to their lowest level since the 1970s but breakdowns continue to spike after the festive season, and professionals are encouraging couples with rocky relationships to focus on talking to each other in the run up to Christmas.  ...

Hayley gains specialist qualification in Wills, Probate and Admin

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Hayley recently passed her Specialist Paralegal Qualification in Wills, Probate & Administration. The course provided her with the knowledge and understanding of the procedures involved in the preparation of Wills and the administration of estates. ...

We've moved offices

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Fishers Solicitors announced that the company has moved their headquarters to a business park located in Ashby. The announcement has come after significant growth and the new location offers opportunities to strengthen Fishers presence in Ashby, whilst...

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