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Fee increase to be considered on grants of representation on hold until after Easter

In a follow up to our recent article on the proposals for fee increases on grants of representation such as a grant of …

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Why a shareholders’ agreement is a good idea

A well drafted Shareholders’ Agreement can provide for all of these situations and can be an insurance policy against substantial …

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What is reasonable financial provision for family members in your Will?

What is reasonable financial provision for family members in your Will?

Mrs Ilott’s mother, Mrs Melita Jackson, had decided not to give her daughter anything in her Will and instead decided to leave her …

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Man refused compensation by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority

Man who was sexually abused as a boy denied compensation

A man who applied for compensation after being sexually abused when he was 13 has been refused compensation by the Criminal …

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Running for Charity

Mariam Alipour, Solicitor in the Personal Injury department will be running the Bath half marathon on 12 March 2017 in aid of …

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Using the mobile phone whilst driving, penalty under UK law changes as of the 1 March.
The penalty for using a phone whilst driving has changed as of the 1 March 2017.

A quick way to lose your licence

In an effort to be more effective the penalties for breaking the law have been changed. As of the 1 March 2017, if you are caught …

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Help to buy schemes and how the property lawyers at Hunt & Coombs Solicitors can help

Help to Buy

There is a common misconception that Government schemes designed to help you buy a house are only for first time buyers or those …

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Consumer Rights Act 2015, don't get caught out as a consumer or a seller

How does the Consumer Rights Act 2015 affect me?

On 1st October 2015 the Consumer Rights Act 2015 came into force. The aim of the act is to simplify when you as a consumer can …

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Is it time to make a life changing decision, are you looking for a new job, new car or to leave your marriage?

New Year, new beginning?

Now that the festive season has ended, you may be looking for a change in your life, maybe a new job, a new car or in some …

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