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Harrogate based Personal Law Partner , Mark Jones, reflects on why no matter how good the advice may seem, it sometimes needs more explanation.
Mark Jones, looks at the events and anniversaries that many of us live through in our daily lives and how they can be useful in looking ahead and planning for the future.
The need for employees to pay a fee for Employment tribunal claims has been removed after the Supreme Court ruled the fees unlawful in July 2017
Harjit Rait, Bradford based Family Law Solicitor, is asked frequently about financial arrangements for those separating after living together but as she relates in this article the answer unfortunately is not straightforward, as much depends upon your agreement, understand and common intention in relation to property owned either in your respective sole names, or jointly. […]
Bradford based Family Law Solicitor , Harjit Rait, considers a recent case on equal sharing of matrimonial assets and asks is it a ground- breaking case or simply confirming established principles? This case concerns a case where total length of relationship of was 6 years, marriage of 4 years. There were no children of the […]
In the final article of the series Bradford based Family Law Solicitor , Harjit Rait, covers what you need to know about divorce proceedings for 5 Years Separation. In my previous article, I discussed the 5 different facts upon which a Divorce Petition can be issued, 5 Years Separation being the fifth potential fact. In […]
Many employers feel there is little they can do about poor performance in circumstances that the employee may not be doing it intentionally.
Harrogate based Employment Law Solicitor, James Austin, on what the Employment tribunals will be looking at when decided the difference between a employed worker and a self employed work.
The Employment Tribunal has to consider whether both the reason for disciplinary and dismissal and the procedure followed have been fair. It’s important therefore to follow the correct procedure.