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No matter how much you may trust relatives or close friends, you should never sign important...
A recent case illustrates the sort of consequences that can arise from failing to take...
Investment advice is best obtained from authorised professionals and it is unwise to rely on...
For Employment Tribunal (ET) claims lodged on or after 6 May 2014, it is a legal requirement,...
With the recent furore over the Government's proposed increase in the cost of obtaining probate on...
Insolvency proceedings that arise in the midst of an ongoing trading relationship can sometimes...
Restrictive covenants often date back many years and a delicate balance sometimes has to be struck...
Owning a long leasehold, particularly one in a block of flats or which is part of a larger...
When accidents cause damage or injury and the responsible driver is uninsured, a claim can be made...
An argument that assets which HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) said belonged to a deceased man (and...