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Covering the Cost of Care

Amanda Piper
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The need for nursing home care can be a costly and emotional upheaval both for older people and the relatives who love them. In our latest blog, associate and long-term care expert Amanda Piper explains the legal process of funding continuing care, and why...

Business Lasting Power of Attorney

William Rowe
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Business Lasting Power of Attorney: How good business planning means preparing for the worst Crisis planning is all part of running a good, sustainable business. You prepare for the worst case scenario in the hope you’ll never need it. But what...

Seeing your children on Mother's Day

Rupinder Nandra
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Seeing your children on Mother’s Day – Don’t just keep mum about your rights after divorce Rupinder Nandra, an associate in our family team, gives some timely advice ahead of this year’s Mother’s Day. Special times of year,...

Preparing for an Acquisition

Clare Lang
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Corporate partner Clare Lang is giving some new year advice to business owners who are looking to sell their business and retire in style. Clare, a legal advisor to many SMEs and PLCs, covers the key boxes business owners must tick and understand when...

Farming after Brexit

Iain Morrison
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Farming after Brexit With Brexit looming ever closer, there are a numerous important milestones farmers must be aware of and prepare for. This is particularly vital in terms of the Agriculture Bill and what the outcomes will mean for farmers and landowners...

Lasting Powers of Attorney - Health and Welfare

Amanda Piper
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Associate and Head of the Elderly Care and Court of Protection  Amanda Piper, covers the implications people may face if nothing is put in place in terms of their health and welfare. It’s not a widely known fact, but it is possible to have a...

Significant fall in sickness absence at work

Chris Amys
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The Office for National Statistics has published figures which show a significant fall in sickness absence in the workplace. In 2017, the average number of days taken off work due to sickness was 4.1 days. This is a significant reduction from the average of...

Is workplace monitoring on the rise?

Chris Amys
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The TUC has published new figures revealing 56% of workers believe they are being monitored at work by their employers, such as monitoring their internet browsing history, watching CCTV footage, viewing workplace emails,  and listening into calls on...

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