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  • Posted on October 14, 2021
    In an episode of the Netflix series House of Cards, the American First Lady Claire Underwood opens the door of her huge refrigerator and stands there cooling off from a hot flush. The scene generated plenty of debate online, as it was a rare case of the menopause being acknowledged in a drama as an everyday occurrence.
  • Posted on October 12, 2021
    Low interest rates combined with high demand for rental properties and a boom in self-catering holidays have fueled growth in property investment. Flexible finance options also make it easier to pool resources to invest in property or to buy a second home with friends or relatives.
  • Posted on October 12, 2021
    In June 2021, the Supreme Court issued a judgment which has the potential to make it easier for clients who have received negligent professional advice to recover more of their losses. The decisions in Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton UK LLP and Khan v Meadows (2021) have significant implications for all professional advisors, especially those with negligence claims in progress.
  • Posted on September 16, 2021
    Once a relationship has broken down, while many couples remain on good terms, sometimes the situation is irretrievable and behaviour can go beyond what is acceptable or legal. In particular, disputes over who gets what in the financial settlement can prompt underhand dealings with the wealthier partner attempting to conceal assets or reduce their value. For example, they may build up debts (personal and/or business), or deliberately squander money in gambling or expensive trips that they did not participate in before. You might be worried that they are giving away valuable art or antiques.
  • Posted on September 14, 2021
    Is it time to take a separate path for the happiness of you both?

    Separating is never easy but we can help you identify what you are entitled to in the event of a relationship breakdown.

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