Making a clean break after divorce

Divorce is a difficult time and with the emotions involved, you will need to consider how you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse will separate your financial obligations. While your Decree Absolute will end your marriage and any associated obligations that were part of your marriage, your finances may still be entangled. A Financial Remedy Order (also […]

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What are my rights if my employer is insolvent?

High Street stalwart Debenhams recently went into administration for the second time in less than 12 months, as the enforced closure of non-essential shops further impacted the already troubled retailer. It has already axed 6,500 jobs, while 14,000 more are at risk. But what are your rights if your employer is facing insolvency? What is […]

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England’s Economic Heartland – Creating businesses of the future

England’s Economic Heartland (EEH) is a strategic partnership between local authorities and local enterprise partnerships (LEPs) within the region stretching from Swindon and Oxfordshire in the west to Cambridgeshire in the east, and from Northamptonshire down to Hertfordshire. It includes the so-called ‘Oxford-Cambridge Arc’, identified by the government in 2019 as an area of significant […]

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Lawyers in Lockdown

At the time of writing, it is the first week of August (what!?) and we are just about to be hit with another heatwave (apparently… but who knows when it comes to the British summertime). 2020 has been a bit of a blur for me. My husband and I spent just under 3 weeks travelling […]

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Terms & Conditions….. Have you dotted the i’s and crossed the t’s?

No matter the size of your business, it is crucial that you do not overlook the importance of ensuring you have a well-drafted set of Terms & Conditions in place. Terms & Conditions set out the basic contractual terms between your business and its customers and in the unfortunate circumstances where there is a dispute […]

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