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Bristol Deliveroo riders to strike for their employment rights

Deliveroo riders in Bristol have announced an all-out strike today (Friday 18 January 2019) from 6pm until Saturday. The company’s couriers will gather in the city centre this evening in a protest against the ‘gig’ economy firm regarding riders’... [read more...]

Purchasing a property: Do I need a Declaration of Trust?

In all the excitement of a new home together, it’s easy for individuals to forget to take steps to formalise their legal position or protect the money they have invested. When purchasing a property, you should always consider what your interest in the... [read more...]

Why staying on civil terms during divorce will benefit your children

There’s been so much of a surge in January divorce enquiries in recent years that the first Monday of the New Year is now known as ‘D-Day’, or ‘Divorce Day’, amongst family lawyers. Having made their way through the Christmas festivities, many... [read more...]

Do I need a Will?

It’s estimated that over 60% of British adults do not have a Will. Like home insurance, Wills are optional; you don’t have to have one but the consequences of not having one are less than favourable. Will Writer, Stefan de Beer, highlights the... [read more...]

Gifts in the Court of Protection for Deputies and Attorneys

The Court of Protection has recently decided that an Attorney appointed under a Lasting Power of Attorney was allowed to make gifts from the funds of his mother totalling over £7m. The reason provided by the Attorney was that he was wishing to reduce the... [read more...]

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