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  • What are Conveyancing Disbursements?

    Conveyancing & Property

    What are Conveyancing Disbursements?

    Once a quote from a conveyancing solicitor is received, multiple items will be shown which are referred to as ‘disbursements.' The disbursements are all of the fees and the taxes that the solicitor...

  • Demotion - What Are Your Rights as an Employee?

    Employment

    Demotion - What Are Your Rights as an Employee?

    The term demotion refers to when an employer adapts your job role by removing responsibilities, reducing your salary or giving you less status than that you have previously had. Sometimes demotions are legal and other times, they are against the law...

  • What Will Happen to My Pets if I Die?

    Wills, Probate & Trusts

    What Will Happen to My Pets if I Die?

    Not too long ago, asking a solicitor for advice to include your pet in your Estate would have earned you a death stare. However, the UK is a notoriously pet-loving country where pet lovers consider their furry counterparts as family. With that in mind,...

  • Tier 5 Temporary Worker Visas

    Immigration

    Tier 5 Temporary Worker Visas

    Foreign workers outside of the European Union who want to come to the UK for employment are required to apply to the UK Border Agency for a workers visa. If this is going to be for a short period of time,...

  • The Pros and Cons of Early Retirement

    Employment

    The Pros and Cons of Early Retirement

    Many people dream of early retirement, seeing it as the ideal opportunity to enjoy a more relaxed pace, travel and undertake new hobbies. However, there are a number of considerations to make before taking...

  • Making a Citizen's Arrest - How and When Can a Citizen's Arrest Be Made?

    Criminal

    Making a Citizen's Arrest - How and When Can a Citizen's Arrest Be Made?

    Most people will have heard of the term citizen's arrest. But what does it actually mean in practice, and how do you perform a citizen's arrest legally and safely. Simply put, a citizen's arrest is an...

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    PERSONAL INJURY

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