Avoiding Disputes After Death
There are many reasons why you may need to make changes to your will. Significant life events, such as marriage, births, deaths and divorces are amongst the most common triggers to amending a will’s contents. Another is a family feud or prolonged disagreement between close relatives. Sadly, family fall outs can and do happen –… Read MoreFind out more
Considerations for the Bank of Mum and Dad
Securing a mortgage as a first-time buyer has become increasingly difficult in recent times. Despite the government schemes available to help first time buyers onto the property ladder, recent statistics from L&G suggest that one in every two first-time buyers aged under 35 receives financial support from the Bank of Mum and Dad. In 2019,… Read MoreFind out more
What does the New Tier System Mean for Employers in the Office?
From midnight on the 23rd October 2020, Greater Manchester is to move into Tier 3 of the tier system which was announced on the 22 September 2020. The Government guidance continues across each of the tiers to state that anyone who cannot work from home may go to their place of work however there is… Read MoreFind out more
New Commercial Property Class Creates Flexibility for Landlords and Tenants
The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2020 (SI 2020 No.757) were introduced by the government on 20 July, coming into effect on 1 September 2020. Making radical changes to the 1987 Use Classes Order for commercial properties, the new regulations have been designed to allow greater agility and a modern approach, in… Read MoreFind out more