Wills and Estate Planning – How to Avoid a Fright
It’s no secret that people are often averse to looking into the future, particularly when it comes to considering their own demise. There are many reasons people may put off writing a will or preparing Lasting Powers of Attorney. Perhaps they may think it’s too soon to think about such matters, or maybe it’s down… Read MoreFind out more
Break clauses in Commercial Leases – How to Avoid the Pitfalls
Break clauses allow either the landlord or the tenant, or both, to end the lease early. Whilst this can provide flexibility for the parties involved, exercising a break correctly doesn’t come without its challenges. Here we look at some of the most important aspects for landlords and tenants to consider in respect of break clauses. Landlords… Read MoreFind out more
Pensions on Divorce – Where are We Now?
Following the family home, a pension is often the most valuable asset owned by the parties. Despite this, pensions are not always prioritised during financial settlements and are sometimes overlooked altogether. Where proper advice is not sought, one party may find that their financial situation approaching retirement is less than favourable, which may lead to… Read MoreFind out more
Business Disputes – What are the Options?
Disagreements are an almost inevitable part of running a business. Whether in relation to unpaid invoices, supply of goods, an employee dispute, or another matter, disputes can be disruptive and take up valuable time. When action is delayed or the wrong route is taken, disagreements can be costly – resulting in lost time, money, and… Read MoreFind out more