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Resolution's Cohabitation Awareness Week - 25-29 November

Rupinder Nandra
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Here in our latest blog, associate and family law expert Rupinder Nandra warns cohabitees about their separation rights ahead of Resolution’s Cohabitation Awareness Week which runs from 25-29 November. This year, Resolution's Awareness...

Last chance to save in a Help to Buy ISA for £3,000 of free cash

Javed Ahmed
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The Help to Buy Government ISA scheme is set to close so first-time buyers need to act fast to start saving towards a big, free boost. Property expert, associate Javed Ahmed , gives more background here in our latest blog. There are very few occasions in...

Proprietary Estoppel

Robert Weston
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Proprietary Estoppel: How to protect against ruinous disputes over property and broken promises. In our latest blog, partner Robert Weston covers the sad case of a grandmother who lost her home following an expensive court battle with her daughter, and...

World Menopause Day

Sally Morris
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18th October was World Menopause Day; a day which is observed around the world to raise awareness of the impact of the menopause. The menopause occurs in all women, and commonly begins between the ages of 45 and 55, although some start experiencing symptoms...

Buying Property Together

Sharon Lerry
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Buying property together – what happens if you split up or a partner dies? There are different ways in which people who buy property together can hold their shares. So which is best for you? In our latest series of property blogs, associate ...

Vegetarians Do Not Have Protection Against Discrimination

Chris Amys
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Mr Conisbee (“the Claimant”) is a vegetarian and was employed by Crossley Farms Limited (“the Respondent”) as a Waiter/Barman at the Fritton Arms Hotel in Suffolk. The Claimant was employed from April 2018 until he resigned with...

High Court Reaffirms Position on Executor's Ability to Charge

Andrew Chandler
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The High Court recently reaffirmed that it will not be easily persuaded to exercise its discretion where executors seek an order permitting them to charge for their work. In Gavriel and Gavriel v Davis [2019] EWHC 2446 (Ch)  the Defendant was appointed...

Brexit - What are the implications for employment law in the UK?

Sally Morris
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These useful Q&As have been put together by the Employment Team at mfg Solicitors LLP and considers some of the potential implications of the UK leaving the UK in selected areas of employment law. If you have any queries with any employment aspects of...

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