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Tax evasion or avoidance?

Kathryn Harwood - February 17th 2015 no comments
Much is being made in the run up to the forthcoming general election about tax evasion and tax avoidance.
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Buying your first house…? Be prepared

Sarah Barnes - January 27th 2015 no comments
According to figures recently published by the Office for National Statistics the average house price for first time buyers rose by 11% in the year to November 2014.
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Civil partnerships: an option for all?

Lisa McLachlan - January 13th 2015 no comments
Recent changes in the law enabled existing civil partnerships to be converted to marriage - as from 10th December 2014.
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Tips for a stress-free family Christmas

Helen Lucking - November 28th 2014 no comments
Christmas is fast approaching and traditionally it is a time for families to come together. If parents are separated this can be difficult for children.
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Changes to intestacy rules highlight need for a Will

Kate Bibby - October 31st 2014 no comments
On 1st October 2014 The Inheritance and Trustees Powers Act 2014 (ITPA) came into force making various changes to the intestacy rules.
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Divorce: the common myths

Lisa McLachlan - October 16th 2014 no comments
As a family lawyer I hear many myths about divorce. I’m sure this is in no small part due to TV shows and celebrity gossip magazines.
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