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What you need to know about cohabitation agreements

04 July 2017

What you need to know about cohabitation agreements

Sue Andrews advises on options available to those who own...

Guarantees on lease assignment: what landlords need to know

03 July 2017

Guarantees on lease assignment: what landlords need to know

The law concerning AGAs can be complex - Scott Goldstein...

Mitigating the risks of cyber-crime and bank fraud

19 June 2017

Mitigating the risks of cyber-crime and bank fraud

Businesses advised to to consider taking the following steps to...

Hacked off by cyber-crime?

19 June 2017

Hacked off by cyber-crime?

Cyber-crime is on the increase.  The recent attack on the...

How do I know if my relative has the mental capacity to make a will?

07 June 2017

Working in the gig economy

05 June 2017

Working in the gig economy

The gig economy is on the rise. What do employers...

Protect your beautiful things

18 May 2017

Protect your beautiful things

Lucy Fisher advises what the best trusts may be for...

Can your Will be challenged after you’ve gone?

04 April 2017

Can your Will be challenged after you’ve gone?

Lucy Fisher, Wills, Trust and Probate lawyer explains how your...

Upcoming changes to family home allowance and probate court fees in Spring

03 April 2017

Upcoming changes to family home allowance and probate court fees in Spring

Important advice about family home allowance and probate court fees.

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