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Are you going to pay for Coronavirus (and Brexit)?

Are you going to pay for Coronavirus (and Brexit)?

Are you going to pay for Coronavirus (and Brexit)? ​Almost all of us are conscious of the fact that Coronavirus is costing the government eye watering amounts of money and with expectations that the virus could lead to a recession it seems likely that it will continue...
Extension to the Furlough Scheme

Extension to the Furlough Scheme

Extension to the Furlough Scheme Only a matter of hours before being due to close, the Government announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (Scheme) would be extended until at least December. It was also confirmed that the Job Support Scheme (Open and...
I do, do I?! Would you consider a Pre-nuptial Agreement?

I do, do I?! Would you consider a Pre-nuptial Agreement?

I do, do I?! Would you consider a Pre-nuptial Agreement? Divorce & Family Law Services Now that the government have officially announced that wedding receptions can take place once again, albeit with a maximum of 30 attendees and only with social distancing in...
Purpose of claiming unfair dismissal – no need for financial gain

Purpose of claiming unfair dismissal – no need for financial gain

Purpose of claiming unfair dismissal – no need for financial gain Following a new case, employers should be aware that there does not necessarily need to be the prospect of a financial compensation in cases of unfair dismissal following a recent decision by the...
Making a will via video technology

Making a will via video technology

Making a will via video technology As the eagle eyed among you may have spotted in the news, when it comes to making a will, the government has announced that it is legalising the remote witnessing of a will. This will make things much easier for people to record...
Possession proceedings – lifting the moratorium

Possession proceedings – lifting the moratorium

Possession proceedings – lifting the moratorium Prior to the Coronavirus Act 2020, residential landlords were able to to serve a Section 21 eviction notice on a Tenant whose Tenancy was ending, providing two months’ notice for vacation. If a Tenant did not then...