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  • EHL Family Law Team
    When child contact breaks down
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    In the best situations everyone hopes that the separation of their parents will have the least possible effect on the children and their ongoing relationship with both mother and father. Despite the breakdown of their personal relationship parents are supposed to put that aside and help the children keep in contact. This can be very… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    Martin of Market Harborough: Blogging from the Basin
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    “Oh, what a beautiful morning, Oh what a beautiful day!” For the younger generation out there in Harborough that’s a song from the musical “Seven brides for Seven brothers” but it perfectly describes the wharf today and as Frances, Martin and I burst into joyful song at the drop of a hat it’s hard to… Learn more

  • Andrew Robinson - Employment Law
    Employee Shareholders – what you need to know about the possible changes
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    The Growth and Infrastructure Bill looks set to continue through parliament. The aim is to create Employee shareholders who in return for receiving £2000 or more in shares from their Employer, give up their entitlement to certain employment law rights including: The right to claim Unfair Dismissal; The right to receive redundancy payments; The right… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    Cohabiting – who owns the home?
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      It is well known that merely cohabiting with a partner does not give you legal rights to the family home if it is held in the sole name of one cohabitee. Ordinarily if a family home is owned in the sole name of a cohabitee the partner who does not legally own the home… Learn more

  • Paul Stubbs - Litigation
    I have obtained a county court judgment against a debtor and he hasn’t paid, how can I get the money?
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    We are contacted by many people who have successfully obtained a county court judgment but the debtor simply will not pay.  The most common question we are asked is ‘how can I get the money?’ The good news is that there are many options available.  This is known as ‘enforcement’ of the judgment.  It is… Learn more

  • Buying a Business – what you need to know
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    Buying a business, when planned correctly, can lead to successfully becoming your own boss. There are many key factors that need to be considered when looking into buying a business… What can you afford? – Budgeting is vital. No matter how appealing the business appears to be, going over your budget can lead to disaster… Learn more

  • Emma Fuller - Wills, Probate and LPA
    Lasting Powers of Attorney, Advance Directives and Living Wills – what are they?
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    A living will is the term used for a document covering a decision in relation to medical treatment in case you do not have the mental capacity to make the decision at the time in question. This document is not legally binding but normally would be taken into account by the professionals looking after you… Learn more

  • Andrew Robinson - Employment Law
    Number of Young Workers on Zero Hours Contracts Doubles
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    The Office of National Statistics has released figures showing that the number of 16-24 year-olds on zero hour contracts has more than doubled since the start of the recession. These contracts give no guarantee of regular hours or pay. This allows businesses to offer extra shifts during busy periods, but offer no work whatsoever when… Learn more

  • How long should a contract be? The long and the short of it.
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    So which is best do you think? A 3 page contract or a 300 page one?  We have come across both, but opinion is often divided over which is best (clients tend to prefer the 3 page option at first but thank us for the extra bits later). But, how long does a contract really… Learn more

  • Andrew Robinson - Employment Law
    Should you get minimum wage on an internship?
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    Most workers in England and Wales of school leaver’s age and above are entitled to receive the National Minimum Wage currently £3.68 for those under 18.  However a number of companies offer ‘unpaid internships’ which provide experience to interns without remuneration. Several of these companies are currently being investigated to see if they are breaching… Learn more

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