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New Year, New Start? Questions about divorce

Perhaps New Year wasn’t the only time you saw fireworks. Or maybe Christmas was simply when you realised that your marriage isn’t working. We can help.

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Written by Tatjana Williamson

Unfair dismissal claims: Don’t end up paying double compensation

A recent employment appeal tribunal highlights potential double compensatory payments. Advice for employers.

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Written by Omar Qassim

Probate and estate administration: How we can help

When a loved one dies, there can be a lot of paperwork to sort out in order to obtain a grant of probate. Where do you start?

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Written by Katherine Carroll

Own a business? Update on international data transfer agreements

Does your organisation transfer data internationally?  If so, don't miss the 27 December deadline to remain compliant with UK data protection laws.

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Written by Clare Veal

Will moving in with a new partner affect my divorce?

You've separated and are keen to move on with a new partner. Will moving in together affect the outcome of your divorce proceedings?

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Remarried? Don’t lose your nil rate band inheritance tax

If you are a widow or widower and have remarried, tax relief could save you an additional £130,000.

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Written by Katherine Carroll

Hybrid working: What does it mean for my business?

Almost all of us worked differently during the pandemic. But how well has your business embraced hybrid working for the future?

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Written by Omar Qassim

Mini Budget: What are the Stamp Duty changes?

In a package of the biggest tax cuts in fifty years, how will the Chancellor's changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax help you?

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Written by Mustafa Raniwalla

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