News archive: September 2020

  • Posted on September 10, 2020
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  • Posted on September 8, 2020
    A separation will inevitably mean a change in the family dynamic, and you may be concerned about what this will mean for your relationship with your children. New arrangements will have to be put in place in relation to where the children will reside, and what time they will spend with each parent.
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  • Posted on September 7, 2020
    The key priority for a landlord of commercial property is to secure a reliable and predictable rental income, which can be reviewed at regular intervals so that it keeps pace with other property in the market. Traditionally, commercial tenants have paid rent in advance in four quarterly instalments, with rent reviews every three to five years. Covid-19 has placed increasing financial pressure on business tenants, and many are asking landlords to help cash flow by considering alternative ways to structure the rent.
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  • Posted on September 4, 2020
    With life expectancy in the UK predicted to rise into the late 80s for men and women by 2030, an increasing number of people are choosing to safeguard their interests by making lasting powers of attorney. These enable a relative or friend to assume control of their affairs should deteriorating mental health mean they can no longer manage things for themselves.
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  • Posted on September 2, 2020
    The shareholder agreement is often one of those documents that startups sometimes forgo or even ‘bootstrap’ by cutting and pasting from other documents without taking independent legal advice.

    Even if you put one in place when setting up your business, it can quickly get forgotten as you focus on growing your business. Later, when you need to refer to it, the agreement could be out of date and misaligned with how the business operates in practice.
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