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  • How to grow your business post recession
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    Following a long period of recession it can feel as though business has been treading water for the last 5 years.  However, those businesses that have survived (and we deal with a large number that have done precisely that) are now looking for opportunities to grow. Some of the more tried and tested approaches of… Learn more

  • Emma Fuller - Wills, Probate and LPA
    Could your assets be set to go to the Court of Protection?
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      The Court of Protection usually operates in a very quiet way, but the Daily Mail has raised a challenge as to how the Court manages funds for thousands of people who are unable to manage their own financial affairs. In most of the 23,000 or so cases that go before the Court of Protection… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    Separation Problems – What do we do about the house?
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    What do we do about the House? For many people the problem of the matrimonial home following separation seems almost insurmountable.  Mortgages that people often struggle to pay whilst living as a couple surely cannot be afforded following separation?  This is  not necessarily the case.  The Benefits System is undergoing considerable changes at the moment… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    Pensions, Your biggest asset?
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    Pensions can seem like a dry subject but in times when equity in houses is still being squeezed a pension can still form a significant proportion of the property to be divided on separation . This is particularly so for people married for , as a rough guide 10 plus years and/or where a pension… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    Survey finds almost a quarter of divorcees fail to disclose assests
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      The Co-operative Legal Services have commissioned a survey carried out by Onepoll which revealed that just short of a quarter of divorcees tried to hide assets to keep them secure during their divorce. There were 800 people questioned and, although the survey was not nationally representative, nearly a quarter is still quite a shocking… Learn more

  • Leanne Hathaway - Tax and Trusts
    The Tax Status of Unmarried Couples
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    Contrary to the popular belief that independent taxation is in place in the UK, the tax status of unmarried couples differs substantially from their married counterparts.  For example, a married couple may freely transfer assets between themselves with barely a passing thought as to the capital gains tax or inheritance tax consequences whilst an unmarried… Learn more

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