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Immigration Minister’s question session causes concern

30 November 2017

Concerns have been raised that some EU citizens currently living in the UK could face deportation before being able to …

IHT expected to raise an extra £900 million by 2022 – but how?

28 November 2017

It is forecast that between now and 2022, £900 million more in Inheritance Tax (IHT) will be collected than previously …

Injunction for man who accused his partner of having an “intimacy disorder”

22 November 2017

A Family Court has handed an “abusive” partner a non-molestation order after he accused his former spouse of having mental …

Record number of EU nationals working in Britain

22 November 2017

New figures confirm that the number of EU nationals working in the UK has climbed to a record level.

Warning about possible consequences of Law Commission’s Will proposals

20 November 2017

Recommendations on how to update legislation relating to Wills continues to prompt lively debate both within the legal profession and …

Cohabitee makes claim for £325,000 from her late partner’s estate

16 November 2017

A Judge is due to rule in a family dispute relating to a man’s £1million fortune.

Britons ignoring the importance of Lasting Powers of Attorney

31 October 2017

Those making Wills across the UK are ignoring the importance of also setting up Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs), despite …

A fifth of investment fraud cases go unreported, says FCA

25 October 2017

More than one-fifth of those approached by a suspected fraudulent investment firm will not report it to the relevant authority, …

Supreme Court allows domestic workers to bring claim against Saudi diplomat despite his claiming diplomatic immunity

20 October 2017

The Supreme Court has ruled that a Saudi diplomat, facing allegations of exploiting two domestic workers, is no longer entitled …

Embattled business grapples with sex discrimination claim

10 October 2017

Taxi hailing app Uber is facing a fresh legal battle, after a female driver claimed that the company’s procedures unfairly …