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Mediation Voucher Scheme

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The government have introduced a Mediation Voucher Scheme which is to help towards the cost of Mediation for separating couples Encouraging them to seek to resolve their disputes outside of court when appropriate to do so. This voucher is the first of its...

Financial Settlement and Divorce

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Frequently Asked Questions: When you get married or enter a civil partnership, you will not be expecting it to end, but sadly for almost 50% of couples, this is the reality. Even if the intention is to split up amicably, making decisions on how to split...

What is the difference between filling for a divorce and a legal separation?

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Separating from your partner or filing for a divorce will obviously be a stressful and upsetting time in your life. When faced with the prospect of dealing with various legal matters, it can be equally daunting. We often get asked about the difference...

Conveyancing Process

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Frequently Asked Questions and Common Terms Buying and selling a property can be an exciting time, but the processes involved can sometimes seem confusing, with complex legal procedures that must be followed. Your conveyancing solicitor will make sure...

Our Family Law Services During Lockdown

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For many, the start of a new year is a chance to look to the future. It's time to make decisions and new year’s resolutions on what we would like to achieve over the next few months and year. However, with continued lockdown restrictions due...

Probate and Access to Services during Lockdown

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As the country is still confined to strict government lockdown restrictions, and with no set date for a ‘return to normal’. Many businesses, banks and other professional services are either closed to the public during this time or are finding...

The Devil is in the Detail - Furlough and Training Periods

Ayesha Casely-Hayford
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This article looks at the effect of the UK Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (“CJRS”) on the completion of a trainee solicitor’s training contract/period in England. If a trainee is placed on furlough under the CJRS,...

The Extended Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

Ayesha Casely-Hayford
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With the UK going into a second lockdown, here is a brief note on the changes to the support being provided by the UK Government in the field of employment. PLEASE NOTE: precise terms of the extension to the UK Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention...

Employment Law Bulletin

Ayesha Casely-Hayford
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The UK Government has announced that its Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) will remain open until 31 March 2021. Alongside our previous notes on the UK Government schemes, here are some summary guidance points (further details can be found via the...

What is the Job Support Scheme?

Ayesha Casely-Hayford
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The Job Support Scheme (JSS) is the UK Government’s support for when the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) closes. Due to the recent extension of the CJRS, the previously issued HMRC guidance on the JSS has been withdrawn, but you can read it...

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