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Talking Works November 2019

Welcome to the Autumn edition of Talking Works.  In this newsletter we focus exclusively on family law issues.  With the ... more

Talking Works - July 2019

A warm and sunny welcome to our Talking Works summer newsletter.  In this edition we are covering a number of ... more

Prettys' Odyssey - Summer 2019

Hello and welcome to Prettys' Odyssey Newsletter for Summer 2019.    Odyssey is our members' club for clients and we hope this ... more

Talking Works - April 2019

A very warm welcome to our Spring edition of Talking Works.  I am grateful to our guest contributors this month: ... more

Talking Works - January 2019

I wish you a very warm welcome to our January 2019 edition of Talking Works.  In this issue we look ... more

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Are house prices dropping?

This week the headlines about property prices shout about the biggest decline in house prices since 2009. In reality the numbers don't look that bad, Nationwide is reporting a drop in one month of a lockdown period of just 1.7% and Reuters are saying a 1% drop. Both report a year on year increase in house prices.... more

FAQ’s for buying and selling a house during lockdown

Following the government’s amendments to the coronavirus regulations, as of 13 May residents in England are now able to move home. Below, we look at some of the FAQs when buying/ selling a home along with some issues you may face in the current climate.... more

Has 'lockdown' tempted you to move house?

The Telegraph report that Estate Agents are scrambling to deal with soaring inquiries, the Express announced that the housing market was in a state of uncertainty, Estate Agency Today reported that the UK experienced a huge surge of public interest just hours after the industry lockdown came to an end. Rightmove had 2,115 properties added to their portal in the first six hours of agencies returning to business.... more

Guide to Personal Injury Claims

There are a number of questions that clients often ask when considering whether to make a claim for compensation for personal injury and loss as a result of an accident or incident that was the fault of someone else.... more

New year, new you: Lawyer outlines what to look out for to avoid injury at the gym

Unsurprisingly gym memberships are set to surge now we are in the New Year as many Brits look to shift the Christmas weight and start 2020 on a healthier note. With 12% of new gym members signing up in January, it is no surprise that the top New Year's resolutions surround getting fit. But a leading lawyer has urged those undertaking new fitness regimes to take precautions to prevent themselves from injury.... more

The nightmare before Christmas: The divorced parents’ guide to resolving family disputes

For families everywhere Christmas can be a tricky time. Rows about whose family to visit, relatives we’d rather not see and who is cooking the Christmas dinner can all threaten to spoil what should be the most wonderful time of year.... more

I want to ride my bicycle

We have heard a lot more in the news recently about accidents involving cyclists, often with serious injuries being sustained. However... more

Heterosexual couple have won the right for a civil partnership

Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan have won their right to have a legal union by way of civil partnership rather than marriage.... more

Drones and the law

Anyone piloting a drone should be aware of the laws which relate to...... more

URGENT action on your pension before 16 March 2016 - Budget Day

If you are a high or mid-high earner, then pension changes coming into force very soon may adversely affect your pension....... more

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