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Homebuyers are to benefit from a Stamp Duty Land Tax break on property worth up to £500,000, offering on average a saving of £4,500.
As we gradually emerge from the coronavirus lockdown it is good to see the property market picking up where many people have changed their priorities with what they are looking for.
Sheila Parkes who heads Haymarket Family Mediation at Phillips explains the benefits of Shuttle Mediation.
It is a common grumble that conveyancing matters take longer than expected. Lisa Rigby, who is a very experienced Licensed Conveyancer at Phillips explains what can cause some delays.
Employment Law solicitor Gill Brown looks at combating race discrimination in the workplace, which is not only unpleasant it is unlawful too.
A change in the law to allow for no-fault divorce has moved a step closer bringing the biggest shake-up in divorce law in England and Wales for 50 years.
The importance of having an effective succession plan to help ensure that the transfer of your business goes as smoothly as possible when you pass away has recently been highlighted in a court case.
We are delighted to have been shortlisted as a finalist in this year’s A Place to be Proud of Awards for the Business and the Community category.
Many people ask for long a separation agreement is valid? Howard Gardener who is a Solicitor working in our Family Law team answers this question.
Commercial property solicitor Matthew Morris-Ashton looks at whether or not Tenants are required to pay rent and the impact of The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill.
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.