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Kate Garraway’s documentary Kate Garraway: Finding Derek, has exemplified the importance of having Lasting Powers of Attorney in place.
Haymarket Family Mediation is participating in a scheme where separating couples are being offered £500 vouchers to spend on family mediation to help them avoid acrimonious court proceedings.
The commercial property market has seen a major overhaul of the ‘use class’ system in England. Emma Elkington, who is an Associate Solicitor, specialising in commercial property sets out the changes.
The Supreme Court’s recent ruling concerning Uber drivers being classified as workers and not independent self-employed contractors has important implications for gig workers and employers
To the relief of many home buyers, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak extended the Stamp Duty Land Tax holiday by three months until 30th June, 2021.
As more and more people choose to live together rather than marry, there has been an increase in the number of disputes between separating couples and the use of TOLATA claims.
In financial remedy proceedings, separating couples are now encouraged to actively negotiate as part of a divorce.
Wills and Probate solicitor Sian Lias offers a timely reminder about minimising inheritance tax with lifetime gifts.
Commercial Law solicitor Jack Gardener sets out points to consider in a contract when placing an order with a supplier or accepting one from a customer.
Pimlico Plumbers plan to adopt a “no jab no job” Coronavirus vaccine rule for their workers, but is it legal?
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) won a landmark legal battle at the Supreme Court over the ability of businesses to claim on insurance for Coronavirus-related disruption.
In this article, we set out the recent guidance which has been provided by the Law Society on whether an electronic signature is sufficient to create a legally binding document.
New IR35 rules come into force on 6 April 2021. In this article our Employment team have set out how these will affect businesses and how you can prepare for the changes.
Are you planning to pop the question on Valentine's Day? If you are, make sure you don't just put a ring on their finger – give consideration to a prenuptial agreement.
MPs debate in Parliament about extending the Stamp Duty Land Tax Holiday, but it is not clear whether the government will end it on 31 March 2021 or if there will be a phased finish.
It is Day Four of Family Mediation Week, which is being supported by Haymarket Family Mediation, who are trained to put their client's children at the centre of their decision making.
Facing separation and divorce can be a very bewildering and stressful time. However, a good first step is to get some information about your situation.
As part of Family Mediation Week, the Family Mediation Council have produced a video showing a mock family mediation session, giving a snapshot of the kind of issues that are discussed.
For day two of Family Mediation Week, Phillipa Johnson from the Family Mediators Association (FMA) sheds some light on what family mediation is and who are mediators.
As part of Family Mediation Week, Sheila Parkes who heads Haymarket Family Mediation, shares her thoughts about the benefits of mediation.