Employment contracts: just sign on the dotted line?

Tricky as it may seem, the best time to negotiate the terms of your employment contract is before you start. What are the key things to consider?


Written by Daniel Bolster

Emily Davison memorial unveiled in Epsom

A statue of the suffragette, who died after being trampled at the Derby, makes a fitting memorial in Epsom's Market Place. We were delighted to be there for the unveiling.


Written by Rebecca Cox

Make your Will Fortnight: Book now!

Thanks to your donations, we were able to raise a wonderful £2,517 for the last Make Your Will Fortnight. Book now to make an appointment to make or update your will.


Written by Rebecca Cox

Trademarking: the case of Colin v Cuthbert

The battle between Marks & Spencer and Aldi over their respective caterpillar cakes has hit the High Court. This is not just any cake, says M&S. We look at trademarking.


Written by Clare Veal

90 seconds on… Dividing assets

Deciding to divorce? How well do you know your family finances? We look at how dividing assets is central to any divorce settlement.


Written by Dimple Patel

Co-branded promotions: what to look out for

A promotional partnership with another organisation can add up to a big win. But what are the legal issues to consider?


Written by Clare Veal

Kate Garraway and the financial cost of Covid

In her moving documentary this week, the broadcaster highlighted the importance of having lasting powers of attorney in place.


Epsom & Ewell Foodbank: Our charity for 2021

This year we are proud to support the Epsom & Ewell Foodbank, helping local people in crisis. Find out more about the work they do in our community.


Written by Rebecca Cox

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