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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.
A number of employment law changes came in to force on 6 April 2020. Here is a summary of the main points.
Despite the coronavirus lockdown people are still placing their properties on the market. Today’s Conveyancer, reports that close to 9,000 homes were listed last week.
There has been a significant increase in the number of people enquiring about making a Will due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
In the latest of our videos on the Phillips YouTube channel Sheila Parkes talks about the benefits of family mediation even in these trying times.
The impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected every aspect of our lives, including matrimonial settlements and orders.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had a substantial negative effect on equity values, so now could be the time to review your estate if it is facing Inheritance Tax liability.
Family Court cases are still going ahead but hearings will in most cases take place either by telephone, email, or by video conferencing.
YouTube video: If you are concerned about rented properties which are your investments, you may have questions about what happens if your tenants default on their rent payments.
As a law firm, Phillips are seeing many enquiries from clients looking to review their commercial contracts in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
This is an update about Furlough Leave under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme following further guidelines by the government on 27th March, 2020.
The government has published further details about the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme - otherwise known as the Furlough Scheme.
YouTube video – Hayley Eachus, who heads our Family Law team, says if you are a separated parent the coronavirus lockdown does not prevent you from seeing your children.
The latest guidance from the government is urging those involved with home moves is to adapt and be flexible.
The Coronavirus lockdown will have a long-term impact on our economy and understandably, some of our clients want to know where they stand with the legal rights and remedies as landlords and tenants.
If you have children and are separated from the other parent, the coronavirus lockdown does not prevent you from seeing your child.
Jon Coles is a rare breed in the legal world – he is what is known as a Public Notary. He is currently able to provide this service during the Coronavirus lockdown. on a case by case basis.
Certain lawyers are classified as key workers as they deliver essential services during the coronavirus crisis. These include people like Lucy Watson, head of the Wills and Probate team at Phillips.