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High Wycombe lawyers say careful planning can make the difference in old age ahead of International Day of Older Persons

Posted in Press Releases | Posted on 1 Oct , 2018

Ahead of UN International Day of Older Persons on Monday 1 October 2018, professionals at a High Wycombe law firm have said that careful planning can be the key to a good later life. The Older Client team…

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Divorce law set to be overhauled in bid to avoid ‘unnecessary antagonism’

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 26 Sep , 2018

Divorce laws in England and Wales are set to be overhauled in a bid to allow couples to split faster and with less animosity. The Justice Secretary David Gauke is to begin consultations on introducing…

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Record number of minimum wage workers being underpaid

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 26 Sep , 2018

Official figures have revealed that a record £15.6 million of underpayment to workers has been uncovered in the past year, prompting huge fines against employers. In total, 200,000 workers missed out…

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New record high for customer satisfaction at RPJ

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 26 Sep , 2018

More than 98 per cent of clients at Reynolds Parry Jones LLP have said they are satisfied with the overall services they have received. The new rating beats the our previous highest score of 97 per cent,…

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Unmarried mother wins her Supreme Court fight over widowed parents’ allowance

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 26 Sep , 2018

An unmarried mother who took her legal battle to access widowed parent’s allowance to the UK’s highest court has won her case. Siobhan McLaughlin took her fight to the Supreme Court in a bid to gain…

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Landlords urged to take note of new HMO rules ahead of 1 October deadline

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 26 Sep , 2018

New licensing rules due to take effect on Monday 1 October 2018 will require some 177,000 UK landlords to apply for House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) licences, it has been warned. The news comes as part…

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What happens if I want to retire?

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 26 Sep , 2018

There are a number of things that individuals need to consider when it comes to planning for their retirement, ranging from business succession and general asset planning, to setting up Wills and Lasting…

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High Wycombe law firm hits a new record high for customer satisfaction

Posted in Press Releases | Posted on 7 Sep , 2018

More than 98 per cent of clients at leading High Wycombe-based law firm, Reynolds Parry Jones LLP, have said they are satisfied with the overall services they have received. The new rating beats the firm’s…

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Cohabiting in England and Wales – What does this mean for your rights

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 30 Aug , 2018

There are more than six million cohabiting couples in the UK right now and that number is rapidly rising. Millions of cohabiting households will have children together or share a mortgage, yet have nothing…

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Excluded defendant given chance to contest £75k damages award

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 30 Aug , 2018

The Court of Appeal has ruled that a company who was ‘debarred’ from a liability trial should still be able to contest a future compensation remedy. Lord Justice Bean said that the case was complex…

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