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Residential Property Update

HM Treasury met earlier this week to discuss, amongst other things, the current Stamp Duty deadline of 31st March 2021. At the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, the UK housing market took an instant hit as investors…

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Extension of CJRS

By Michael Nadin - Associate Solicitor The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) was originally due to end on 31 October 2020, when it would be replaced by the new Job Support Scheme (JSS). However, on 31 October 2020, Prime Minister…

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Furlough – Information and FAQ

By Michael Nadin - Associate Solicitor specialising in Employment Law Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (“Furlough”) – Information and frequently asked questions This article is designed to answer frequently asked questions about the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme which was announced by…

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Child Contact during Covid-19

By Kelly Willmott   Covid-19 and Contact The current ‘Corona Crisis’ has left many separated families unsure about where they stand with regards to contact arrangements. With constant news updates and sometimes conflicting advice and guidance being given, it is…

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Parental Alienation

By Kelly Willmott What is Parental Alienation? We often hear the phrase ‘parental alienation’ in family law proceedings when one parent believes that a child has been negatively influenced by the other parent, thus damaging their relationship. Whilst not every…

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Is a Final Order ‘Final’?

What happens if I don't agree with a Final Order? By Kelly Willmott, Family Law Solicitor A final decision of the court in family law proceedings will, more often than not, leave at least one party to the proceedings disappointed…

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Contact at Christmas time

Don’t leave Christmas contact to the last minute! Whilst Halloween has not yet been and gone, Christmas preparations have well and truly started for many. In the run up to Christmas, we inevitably see an increase in the number of…

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