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D-Day on No Fault Divorce moves a step closer in the uk

Family Law expert Rachel Spencer Robb reviews the new legislation being introduced by the UK Government, which means couples will no longer have to prove fault to get divorced.

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Top ten unusual taxes

At LCF we pride ourselves on being experts in advising you on modern day taxes but in this blog we look back at some of the strange taxes of years gone by.

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The importance of asking the right questions

Partner, Mark Jones, highlights the importance of asking the right questions from Brexit to applying for a grant of probate.

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Employment Law Brief | March 2019

Our regular employment law e-brief the latest news and developments in employment law. Contact James Austin on 0113 2834 046

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Lifetime gifts and Inheritance Tax – two common myths

Will giving away my assets prevent the Local Authority claiming nursing home fees? What gifts can I give away that will be automatically free from IHT?

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Duties and responsibilities of a Company Director

Directors of UK private limited companies frequently ask; What is my role as Director? what duties am I subject to? And how can I best comply with those duties?

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When I die, who will look after my children?

Mark Jones good advice on how to plan for the future of your children should the unthinkable happen. What is the role of a guardian? What is the minimum age at which children can inherit an estate?

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When do Landlords need to obtain an EPC?

This article explores when Landlords need to obtain an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) and the potential consquences of not providing an EPC.

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Probate – is it a choice between DIY and huge legal fees?

You might think instructing a solicitor to deal with an estate will automatically lead to an astronomical legal bill. With all the guidance on the internet, is it worth paying a solicitor to do something you may be able to do yourself?

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Employment Law Brief | February 2019

Our regular employment law e-brief the latest news and developments in employment law. Contact James Austin on 0113 2834 046

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