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Looking to make a will?

Looking to make a Will during #COVID19? Read about some considerations you might want to make here: […]

Mental Health during COVID19

Are you, or an elderly relative, feeling anxious about #Coronavirus? @age_uk has put together advice to help look […]

Estate Planning

Are you looking to get your #LaterLife legal documents in order? Make sure you look out for an […]


Following recent developments and updates to UK Government guidance, we took the decision to close our office to […]


Our doors have been open since 1791. At present we continue to keep our doors open whilst closely […]

Guide Dogs for the Blind

Having surpassed last year’s achievement, we are pleased to announce that we have raised approximately £10,700.00 of future […]

Tax Update

On Wednesday 13 March 2019, the Chancellor Philip Hammond presented his second Spring Statement detailing some of the […]

Key Dates for Agriculture

As a reminder for our agricultural clients, below are some of the impending key dates in your sector: […]

Employment law updates

2017 was a busy year in the world of Employment Law. Among the legal headlines were the removal […]

Dealing with employee theft

According to a poll commissioned by office-furniture supplier Kit Out My Office, more than two-thirds of UK office […]

Bribery Act 2010

Wake-up call for small companies on bribery process The activity of political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica has been […]

Contract Law

By commercial law specialist Amy Cusworth of Oxley & Coward Solicitors LLP. Crossing and dotting makes for clear contracts Tesla founder […]

Keep Christmas for the Children

Christmas celebrations for children are too often marked by family divisions when relationships break down. According to statistics […]

Budget and tax law

Chancellor announces get-fit regime An extra £3 billion to prepare for Brexit over the next two years and […]

Employment Tribunal Fees

Good practice vital for employers in managing tribunal claims In July, the Supreme Court ruled that employment tribunal […]

SFE & Digital LPA’s

Local solicitor warns changes to powers of attorney may leave older and vulnerable at risk • Local solicitor, […]

National Minimum Wage

Good intentions not enough in wage calculations Accurate calculations of the National Minimum Wage continue to cause headaches […]

Mental Health in the workplace

Workforce wellbeing must include mental health awareness Understanding of mental health issues is high on the agenda, thanks […]

Private Clients

Families who leave court the losers after inheritance claims Record numbers of inheritance disputes are going through the courts […]

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