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For the fifteenth consecutive year Phillips has received Lexcel accreditation, which is The Law Society’s highest award for management quality.
On 29 May 2020, the Chancellor made some significant changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. In this update, we provide details of the changes and the key points for employers to consider.
Sheila Parkes from our Family Law team has put together a list of seven questions many people ask before meeting their divorce lawyer.
Since the government set out plans to restart the housing market, our Residential Property team has seen a significant increase in enquiries.
Elizabeth Ford, who specialises in Family Law at Phillips provides some practical information for those looking to separate or divorce during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Our Family Law team are often asked “Can you get divorced while living in the same house?” The answer to which is yes you can.
Hayley Eachus from Family Law team at Phillips is frequently asked, “Can you get an automatic divorce after a long separation?” The short answer is there is no such thing as an 'automatic' divorce.
Dealing with the estate of somebody who has died can been difficult. Our Wills and Probate department at Phillips Solicitors is on hand to assist you if you are dealing with the loss of a loved one.
Many businesses are now using video conferencing for internal meetings, but what is the legal position for using this type of technology on more formal occasions like board and shareholder meetings.
As the Government has given the green light for the property market to reopen our Residential Property team at Phillips Solicitors incorporating Brain Chase Coles are on hand to help you.
The Government has launched its guidance to help employers get their businesses back up and running and work places operating safely.
Parents exploiting the coronavirus lockdown to stop a former partner from seeing their children could face court action warns a senior judge.
Future proofing has been instrumental in ensuring that we weather the coronavirus storm.
While we are all following the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown measures, your search for a new property or a buyer for your home can certainly continue.
Family Mediation can be one of the most sensible and cost-effective ways of resolving problems when a relationship has broken down. Here are some questions and answers about Family Mediation.
Jack Gardener gives seven tips for businesses to get through the coronavirus lockdown based on his experience running a business and speaking to business owners, in our latest YouTube video.
Online mediation is proving to be invaluable during the coronavirus lockdown, says Sheila Parkes, who heads Haymarket Family Mediation.
The current situation with the coronavirus pandemic has caused a great deal of worry for a lot of people as to whether it is possible to create and update their Will.
New regulations known as Jack's Law have been introduced entitling parents to two weeks’ leave should they suffer the loss of a child, providing time to for them to grieve.
The cocornavirus lockdown can be a very dangerous and stressful time for those who are suffering from domestic abuse. The family law team at Phillips Solicitors can help.