Legal Briefing

With business, it’s vitally important to get both appropriate and trustworthy legal advice. This can range from something as simple as mediating an internal dispute to understanding how to proceed if you find yourself in a tricky legal battle. Northamptonshire offers a number of fantastic legal advisory teams, giving you the peace of mind that you’ll have support if and when you need it.

Legal Briefing

Wilson Browne Solicitors

Is the time right for a no-fault divorce system in the UK

4 January 2017

TO obtain a divorce, at the moment, one party has to issue proceedings against the other and generally, to do that one has to be able to say that their marriage has broken down irretrievably....

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Tollers

Building strong relationships

4 January 2017

LEADING law firm Tollers Solicitors has confirmed a merger with Simmonds Grant, a well-regarded Rutland-based practice.

Both firms' commitment to offering genuine client focus is at the...

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Wilson Browne Solicitors

New year, new law - same bad habits?

4 January 2017

WHAT'S coming in the legal world for 2017? Brexit guessing aside: employment law will be busy, with the apprenticeship levy, gender pay gap reporting for large firms and increased childcare...

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FG Solicitors

Time of great change

4 January 2017

BY the time you read this the turkey will have been eaten, Christmas trees returned to storage or recycled, Christmas jumpers packed away and New Year's resolutions very likely broken. However,...

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Tollers

Being fair and reasonable

1 December 2016

IT is always a difficult situation when an employer is faced with making employees redundant. When a redundancy situation arises, it is important that employers carry out a fair and reasonable...

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Wilson Browne

Getting professional advice you can rely on

1 December 2016

REGARDLESS of the profession, you should be able to rely on professional advice. But what do you do when it goes wrong?
Having followed the professional's own complaints procedure (assuming...

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