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How to avoid electrocuting your Partner

Mark Jones takes a look at how difficult it can be to change client’s long-standing perceptions as the law changes.

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THIRD FREE BUSINESS WEBINAR REVEALS SEVEN WAYS TO IMPROVE PROFITS

An experienced finance director will be the next speaker in a series of popular and informative business webinars organised by leading Yorkshire law firm, LCF Law.

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Corporate Lawyers Make a Mighty Effort to Raise Funds for Macmillan

Corporate lawyers and support staff from LCF Law have raised over £1,000 for cancer charity, Macmillan by taking part in the Mighty Miles challenge.

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Martin House – Make a Will Month

LCF Law are pleased to be taking part in the Martin House ‘Make a Will Month’ campaign in May 2021, which is a free Will service for supporters of the charity. 

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Lifetime Gifts and Inheritance Tax Taper Relief

It is not uncommon for people to decide to give away cash or assets during their lifetime in the hope of saving inheritance tax when they die.

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BREXIT BRIEFING – THREE MONTHS ON WHAT DOES BREXIT MEAN FOR COMPANIES?

The Brexit transition period ended on 31 December 2020 (Completion Day) and the UK began its new relationship with the European Union (EU)

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Charity Structures – Choosing the Right One

“But I thought that a Charity could only have one structure!” a phrase that I have probably heard one too many times when advising clients who wish to register a charity.

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It’s all About Perceptions

Mark Jones takes a look at how difficult it can be to change client’s long-standing perceptions as the law changes.

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Give me a break!

It is commonplace for fixed term commercial leases to contain a break clause permitting a landlord or tenant to determine the lease prior to the contractual end date.

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Employment Law Update | March 2021

Our regular employment law update has the latest news and developments in employment law. Contact James Austin on 01423 851138

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