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The Dementia Tax – how to leave your children DOUBLE the proposed Care Fee cap
Gifts with reservation of benefit: an overview
Father’s Day 2017: Looking after Dad
Care fees and the manifesto – our view
“My Dad rewrote his Will before he died”
What you can do about the so-called ‘Dementia Tax’
Two thirds of adults in the UK don’t have a Will
Q: If I remarry and I don’t make a new Will, what happens to my estate?
It’s Two in a Row for Howells at the Modern Law Conveyancing Awards
What’s Britain’s Average Mortgage to Income Ratio?
An Introduction to Bridging Loans for Property
Are You Eligible For Defective Product Compensation?
Taking Time Off Work for a Funeral: What Are My Rights?
Conveyancing with Gifted Money: The Basic Need to Knows
Why Buy a New Build Property and What Does the Process Involve?
Been in a Car Accident? You May be Eligible for Compensation
Publisher: Blacks Solicitors LLP
Ilott v The Blue Cross and others – Back to the drawing board for disinherited beneficiaries?
Shades of grey
Equal pension rights for same sex married couples
Thirty two reasons to give replies to CPSEs your full attention
Tax Planning Queries – Who to Listen to?
Knot On My Land
Recognising good service – How to motivate and reward staff
‘Persons with significant interest register’ – all you need to know about the upcoming changes
Seminar success for Telford law firm
Alpha celebrates a 10-year milestone
New nationwide service helps retirement plans
Call for divorcing parents to take a new approach
Voting rights are not automatic
Are you sitting comfortably?
Off the record comments can be costly
Michelle steps up at Martin-Kaye
Changes to National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage
Why Brexit Won’t Change Much for Employers
How to Have a Protected Conversation
Can Employers Spy on Employees’ Emails?
Should You Accept a Settlement Agreement or Claim Unfair Dismissal?
Should a Settlement Agreement include Restrictive Covenants?
Agreeing a Settlement Agreement Whilst Continuing to Work for the Employer
Should You Take Redundancy or Accept a Settlement Agreement?
Inheritance tax threshold set to rise
Plan ahead for your future with a Power of Attorney
So what are your rights when your flight has been delayed or cancelled?
Make a Will to help your family avoid arguing
How to protect your business legally
Letting agents to publicise fees charged to landlords and tenants
MTA Solicitors took part in Will Aid
Personal Injury Claim - Hit and Run
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Employment Law & HR Roundup 16/07 – 22/07
Sexual Harassment at Work
Employment Law & HR Roundup 09/07 - 15/07
Wimbledon 2017: Game, Set & Match
Stamp Duty Land Tax
Meet the Team: Noor Khan, Residential Conveyancing Solicitor
Treading Carefully over Dress Codes
Employment Law & HR Roundup