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The Power of One – Mental Capacity and the Right to Make One’s Own Decisions | Wills

Wills & Probate

The Power of One – Mental Capacity and the Right to Make One’s Own Decisions | Wills The issue of mental capacity can be a minefield for both lawyers and families alike.  For a solicitor to inform a client that […]


All Equal in the Eyes of the Law – Employment Law

Equality in the Workplace

All Equal in the Eyes of the Law – Employment Law An Overview of how the Equality Act 2010 Affects Employment Law The Equality Act 2010, one of the last pieces of legislation enacted by Gordon Brown’s outgoing Labour government, […]


The Duchess and Marriage Break-Up – Protecting Marital Assets During Divorce Proceedings | Family Law

Divorce Proceedings

The Duchess and Marriage Break-Up – Protecting Marital Assets During Divorce Proceedings | Family Law I want to tell you a story.  A sad tale from the past involving a wealthy older women losing much of her wealth to a […]


Property Development | The Secrets to Safeguarding Your Investment (Part I)

Property Development

Property Development | The Secrets to Safeguarding Your Investment (Part I) Property development….the words conjure up ideas of multi-million pound profits, high-rolling lifestyles and smart, savvy people who can envisage a stunning office block emerging from a derelict row of […]


Islamic Wills – How do they work?

Islamic Wills – How do they work? | Saracens Solicitors Earlier this year the Law Society took the unusual step of publishing practice notes designed to assist English lawyers in preparing Shari’ah wills. True to form, this was met with […]


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