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  • EHL Family Law Team
    Martin of Market Harborough’s blog from the basin

    Hello again my fellow Brits! Back from La belle France and raring to go. What a couple of weeks it’s been. Our people hosted the most humungous party at The City Rooms last Friday – go to the website / Facebook and have a look at the photographs.  I’m the one boiling in the bowler hat… Learn more

  • Rebecca Gunn - Residential Conveyancing
    House prices are on the up!

    The Office for National Statistics (ONS) have confirmed the overall house prices have increased by 2.2% compared with January last year. This shows that the property market is moving, which is great news for developers. Within our Leicester Department we have seen a huge increase in the number of house purchases and this can only… Learn more

  • As mobile internet use surges forward apps are adopted by the legal profession

    There are now over 6 billion mobile phone contracts in the world, almost one per human and trends have shown us that apps and mobile internet usage are on the increase. More than ever people want their information on the move, they need to conduct their lives while they are out and about, away from… Learn more

  • Partnership Agreements

    A good business partnership, like marriage, is built on trust and commitment. A partnership agreement is written to reflect and maintain that mutual trust and commitment between partners over time.If you are considering setting up a business with a partner, it is strongly advisable to have a partnership agreement in place. An agreement will clearly… Learn more

  • Is romance dead? ‘Free divorce’ searches spike on Valentine’s Day

      Many of us mark Valentine’s Day each year by the exchange of gifts, or by going for a romantic meal – but for some of us, it is not a time for celebration. If you are involved in a relationship that is no longer working, Valentine’s Day can be even tougher than it is… Learn more

  • EHL Invite you to a FREE Seminar: Trusts and Budget impacts

      Businesses of all shapes and sizes are invited to Edward Hands and Lewis’ free Post Budget Seminar organised in conjunction with M Cubed Chartered Accountants. EHL’s expert trusts and tax advisor, Leanne Hathaway with be delivering the seminar with Azam Mamujee from chartered accountants and business advisers M Cubed. Leanne will be talking through… Learn more

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