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Verity Lees has recently joined Phillips Solicitors’ Residential Property team as an experienced Licensed Conveyancer.
Two thirds of people living together do not understand there is no such thing as Common Law Marriage.
Howard Gardener, senior director at Phillips, was interviewed by That's Hampshire TV about our firm being recognised in The Legal 500 for the seventh year running.
Congratulations go to Wills and Probate solicitor Sian Lias, who has passed her Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) diploma with flying colours.
Last year saw a number of significant events that will have long lasting implications both here in the UK and abroad. There may well have been a number of changes in your life too, which could impact
Divorce is often a deeply emotional, upsetting and difficult time. However, at Phillips we have a team of Family Law solicitors who are on hand to support you through the process.
If you thought about making an Employment Tribunal claim between July 2013 and July 2017, but decided not to do so because of fees, you could have an opportunity to make a claim now.
All employers in the private, public and voluntary sectors are now required to analyse their gender pay gap each April and report this information if they have 250 or more employees.
A new corporate offence of failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion potentially imposes liability on employers as a result of their employees' actions.
Reports suggest that less than a third of companies are aware of the sanctions for failing to secure right-to-work documentation for their overseas workers.
Well done everyone who took part in the Phillips Basingstoke Half Marathon.
Despite the wet weather, this year’s Phillips Basingstoke Half Marathon, held on October 1, proved to be a great success.
The Autumn Budget brought good news to first time buyers.
Considerable media coverage has been given to the resignation of BBC China editor Carrie Gracie, who cited inequality of pay as the reason for leaving.
For the seventh year running Phillips Solicitors is recognised as a leading law firm in The Legal 500.