Woodfines Walk the Starlight Hike 2019

Woodfines Walkers Complete Starlight Hike

A team of walkers from Woodfines took part in the annual Starlight Hike for Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice on Friday 20th September, walking 5k across the grounds of the Shuttleworth Collection at night. With the grounds lit up with sparking lights, deely boppers and torches, the team joined hundreds of other participants to walk […]

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Training Ends for New Solicitors

Woodfines is pleased to announce that Natalie Richards and Alev Tonks have now completed their solicitors’ training contracts with the firm, and have qualified as solicitors. Natalie has joined the firm’s Private Client team, where she will advise clients on the drafting of Wills, deputyship applications, lasting powers of attorney, and the administration of estates […]

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Cambridge 105 Radio

Nic discusses the Property Market on Cambridge 105

Partner and Conveyancing expert, Nic Dino, visited Cambridge 105 radio in September, to discuss the Cambridge property market with Jennifer Mullucks, Regional Partner at Garrington Property Finders. To listen again, please visit the Cambridge 105 website.

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does your business need a shareholders' agreement? | Woodfines Solicitors

Does your business need a shareholders’ agreement?

We often find that business owners overlook the importance of entering into a shareholders’ agreement. A shareholders’ agreement forms the basis of a legal contract between the shareholders of a company, and acts to regulate the procedures, rights and obligations of those shareholders. A common assumption is that the company’s Articles of Association and the […]

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What happens to your business if you are incapacitated? | Woodfines Solicitors

What happens to your business if you are incapacitated?

It is important for business owners to consider what would come of their business if they become incapacitated by an illness or injury. What is a Lasting Power of Attorney? There are two types of Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA); one relating to your property and finances, and one relating to your health and welfare. […]

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Legal considerations for diversification in farming | Woodfines Solicitors

Legal Considerations for Diversification in Farming

A few years ago, I took my children to watch some cows being milked whilst staying on a farm on the Isle of Man, and it occurred to me that even smaller farms are now diversifying in some way, with everything from the creation of solar farms, to providing bed and breakfast or ‘stay on […]

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