Fran Giles

Legal Assistant

I have been a legal assistant for many years and deal with a variety of queries every day such as family problems, employment issues, accidents and disputes.

I am always available to help and reassure clients in the early stages and as their cases progress.

On a personal level I have two daughters and my hobbies include painting in water colours and walking.

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  • News
    • Posted on December 1, 2014
      The right to rent legislation which forces landlords to check immigration status of prospective tenants becomes effective in parts of the country today, Large & Gibson set out the key facts for Landlords.
    • Posted on October 21, 2014
      Erin Hunt

      In Southwell v Blackburn [2014] EWCA Civ 1347 the Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal against a successful proprietary estoppel claim, where a cohabitee was awarded £28,500 representing a slice of equity in the property the couple had cohabited.

      The case raises significant concerns about the potential to lose assets and equity to former partners following relationship breakdown; cohabitees may be awarded a share in property even when it was in their partner's sole name and even if they have made no significant contributions to the purchase price or outgoings.

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