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We are recruiting!

16 July 2018 - Work with us! We’re always on the lookout for new talent. We currently ... more

Prettys highlights the risks of cybercrime at legal event

27 June 2018 - At a recent series of events held in Ipswich and ... more

Local law firm commits to support Suffolk Law Centre

20 June 2018 - Ipswich law firm Prettys has donated £1,000 to Suffolk Law ... more

East of England corporate landscape remains buoyant despite Brexit uncertainty

30 April 2018 - 2017 was a positive year for deals in the East ... more

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Employment Law Update Briefing

8 November 2018 - We are delighted to invite you to our Employment Law ... more

Prettys' Developers' Club Seminars

4 October 2018 - We are delighted to invite you to our Developers’ Club ... more

Prettys' Business Academy Seminars

6 September 2018 - We are delighted to invite you to our Business Academy seminar at ... more

Employment Law Webinar -National Minimum Wage

3 July 2018 - Prettys' Employment Services team are delighted to invite you to our 15th Employment ... more

Free Workshop for First Time Tenants

3 May 2018 - We are delighted to invite you to our Workshop for ... more

Planning & Development in Essex - February 2018

22 February 2018 - We are delighted to invite you to our Planning & Development ... more

Construction Industry Workshops - February 2018

7 February 2018 - Following the success of the 2017 round of construction Industry ... more

18 Jul 2018

The Supreme Court today moved a step closer to ending 'meal tickets for life' with regard to spousal maintenance. In Mills, the ex-wife had been given a capital sum for housing, and monthly income payable by her ex-husband in their divorce. Over the years, the wife bought and sold property to trade up until her outgoings overstretched her income and she was forced to sell up and move into rented accommodation. She sought that her husband pay the difference between her income and needs by increasing spousal maintenance. The court disagreed and said the ex-wife's financial decision-making was not her ex-husband's financial responsibility and she should start to move towards independence. #familylaw #divorce... more

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