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Set up your small business office safely

Date: 11 May 2021


Common visa application mistakes

Date: 28 April 2021


Six top tips for retirement planning

Date: 27 April 2021


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Challenging a will

The number of Wills that are contested is increasing year on year. While no Will is "bullet-proof", it is possible to limit the risks with this guidance.

Date: 22 April 2021 By:

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Six top tips for retirement planning

Your retirement might feel like a long way off but forward planning can make your exit from your business and eventual retirement smoother, more financially secure and less stressful.

Date: 15 April 2021 By:

A diverse group of potential employees

How a migrant workforce can benefit UK employers

14% of the UK's population made up of people born outside the UK. Chances are your business will employee a migrant worker at some point. Here are the benefits and legal considerations.

Date: 25 March 2021 By:

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What do you need to know about the innovator visa?

If you are looking to come to the UK and start a new business, the innovator visa may enable you to come. Find out whether you qualify.

Date: 16 March 2021 By:

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Why digital accessibility remains a priority for post-Brexit UK

These days people expect online platforms to be fully accessible. This is essential for millions of disabled people where mobile access is a necessity because they cannot use a laptop or computer.

Date: 16 February 2021 By:

A worried female employee considers her options after being presented with a settlement agreement by her employer

A guide to negotiating a settlement agreement successfully

Four practical steps to ensuring you get a fair settlement if your employer presents you with a settlement agreement to end your employment.

Date: 1 February 2021 By:

An HR specialist advises a small business owner on his employment contracts

The essential legal support your business needs

The ramifications for breaching business rules and regulations can be serious. This is where quality legal advice and support can help protect you and your business.

Date: 18 January 2021 By:

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Five ways blockchain will change the legal profession

Blockchain will be an enormous force for change across multiple industries, and the legal profession is no exception.

Date: 2 December 2020 By:

A company gets their outsourcing contract signed

Outsourcing work: unnecessary or a good idea?

As your business grows, the time might come when you consider outsourcing. What do you need to consider before handing over control?

Date: 19 November 2020 By:

A businesswoman wonders how she will manage after an incident at work

A guide to business insurance for start ups

If you're starting a business, you will need insurance. Find out which are a legal requirement, and which may be advisable for your type of business.

Date: 19 November 2020 By:

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Risks that are endangering your business (and how to manage them)

Running a business is inherently risky. That doesn't mean you shouldn't start up. Instead, make yourself aware of the pitfalls and take steps to manage them.

Date: 10 November 2020 By:

Woman at funeral holding flowers and touching coffin

Why some funerals are better than others

Funerals come in all shapes, sizes and costs, but what really makes a 'good' funeral?

Date: 2 November 2020 By:

A lawyer presents legal documents to a client

Protecting your law firm clients' data

Keeping legal client's data and information secure is essential - especially when a case may hinge on the information you hold.

Date: 27 October 2020 By:

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What's the difference between commercial and civil litigation?

There are two categories of litigation, commercial or civil and the procedures have crucial differences. This article explains them both and the types of dispute that can lead to litigation.

Date: 19 October 2020 By:

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How to promote your legal or advisory business online

When people have a problem, more often than not they will search for a solution online. Discover how to build an online presence for your legal or advisory business so potential clients find you.

Date: 13 October 2020 By:

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Probate services: sinners and saints

Examples of some bad experiences with overpriced probate services.

Date: 1 September 2020 By:

Staff receive safety training on the use of a forklift truck

Legal obligations for staff training and information

Failure to provide staff with certain training and information can have expensive consequences. Here's what you need to know.

Date: 17 August 2020 By:

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