News + Events
LCF law are hosting number of breakfast seminars across Yorkshire in 2019. Commencing in May 2019, with a series of, aimed at professional advisers and intermediaries, which will focus on how advisers can best protect their client’s assets in the event of a relationship breakdown.
Partner, Rachel Spencer Robb, who is the Head of Family Law and Tracey Lawrence, who is a commercial property secretary based in Bradford for the past 20 years, will abseil 115ft off the South West Tower of Ripon Cathedral on 18th May.
Julie Davis, who has led the conveyancing arm at LCF Law for the last six years, won Modern Lawyer of the Year 2019 , the coveted national award in recognition of her major contribution to the success of the practice through strong management and leadership.
Simon Stell, Managing Partner of LCF Law writes “last week was special for Bradford thanks to the BBC ‘We Are Bradford’ campaign with TV and radio shows broadcasting from the city all week. You can’t underestimate the impact this type of media coverage will have on the city of Bradford. It’s shone a very positive light on Bradford to a national audience”
Anyone involved in the estate of somebody who has recently died, needs to act swiftly as probate fees are set to significantly increase in April 2019.
Our Ilkley office has raised £500 for Ilkley Community Transport which benefits hundreds of people every year by operating a minibus and volunteer car scheme for residents living in the local area.
LCF Barber Titleys has celebrated the first anniversary of its move to The Exchange office building on Station Parade, above Harrogate Railway Station.
Clementine Duckett urges company shareholders to seek advice, after changes to entrepreneurs relief mean many face significantly higher tax bills, when they dispose of shares.
Our commercial team successfully protected the Legal365 brand name following an attempt by a Danish company to register that mark as a European trademark.
LCF Barber Titleys will once again take part in the Saint Michael’s Hospice ‘Make a Will Month Campaign’ in April 2019, when the firm plans to help more people plan for the future, whilst also raising funds for the charity.