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Rising fees set deadline for executors and estate planning, say High Wycombe solicitors

Posted in Press Releases | Posted on 7 Dec , 2018

Controversial court fees which have been branded a stealth tax on bereaved families are expected to prompt a surge in probate applications before the increase takes place, according to professionals from…

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Receptionist at High Wycombe law firm graduates with Law degree

Posted in Press Releases | Posted on 3 Dec , 2018

A receptionist at a High Wycombe-based law firm has graduated with a Law degree. Nicola Humphreys, who works at Reynolds Parry Jones LLP, graduated with an LLB degree in Law from the Open University on…

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High Wycombe lawyers say that options are available to small businesses hit by the scourge of late payments

Posted in Press Releases | Posted on 28 Nov , 2018

Late payments are a major problem for small businesses across the UK, affecting cash flow to such an extent that it is one of the biggest causes of small businesses going under. However, professionals…

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Options are available to small businesses hit by the scourge of late payments

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 26 Nov , 2018

Late payments are a major problem for small businesses across the UK, affecting cash flow to such an extent that it is one of the biggest causes of small businesses going under. However, there are steps…

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What happens if I need a Settlement Agreement?

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 15 Nov , 2018

A Settlement Agreement allows an employer and an employee to reach a mutual agreement in order to end a term of employment, which offers protection for both sides once the employee moves on. If you are…

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More than half of UK parents do not have a Will, study reveals

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 15 Nov , 2018

A new study suggests that more than half (56 per cent) of UK parents do not have a Will. This means that in the event of an unexpected death, their children could potentially be left without legal guardianship….

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Government extends civil partnerships to all

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 15 Nov , 2018

All couples in England and Wales will be given the opportunity to enter into a civil partnership rather than a marriage, the Prime Minister has revealed. In a recent announcement, Theresa May said she…

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Small business owners call for late payment culture change

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 15 Nov , 2018

Just half of the invoices sent during 2017 by micro-firms were paid on time or within three days of payment deadlines, new research has revealed. FreeAgent, which published the research, said late payments…

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A quarter of British employees experience discrimination in the workplace

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 15 Nov , 2018

Over a quarter of British workers have experienced some form of discrimination in the workplace, a new study has revealed. Sky, which published the report for National Inclusion Week, said it hopes its…

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Chancellor’s anti‐austerity spending spree has few surprises

Posted in Legal News | Posted on 30 Oct , 2018

An anti‐austerity package of £30 billion of government spending was announced in the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget, drawing on improved public finance projections to support a range of new initiatives….

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