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From the Blog

  • 18Dec

    Families in Debt Crisis Following Separation

    Resolution say that 28% of separated families admit that they have fallen in to debt by increasing the use of facilities such as loans, credit cards or an overdraft. This figure can increase to 36% when children are involved.

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    11Dec

    Shared Parental Leave Workshops - January 2015

    New laws allow parents of children born (or adopted) on or after 5 April 2015 to share up to 50 weeks’ parental leave and 37 weeks’ statutory pay, subject to satisfying certain criteria. Would you know what to do if you received a request for shared parental leave?

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  • 9Dec

    Non-paying residential tenants – don’t wait until the New Year to evaluate the situation

    If you are a residential landlord and you have tenants who have fallen behind with their rental payments, either by failing to pay any rent at all or by not paying the full amount due each month, don’t wait until the New Year to act.

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    8Dec

    Top Tips for Christmas

    From October onwards the shops are adorned with decorations, gifts, cards and other reminders that Christmas will shortly be upon us. For those who are going to be spending Christmas without their partner, or possibly without their children it can be the loneliest time of the year and the thought of the January sales when Christmas will be over is a welcome relief.

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  • 28Nov

    Chamber of Commerce HR Forum - 2nd December 2014

    Join us at the Chamber of Commerce’s Worcester HR Forum next week where Michelle Chamberlain, Head of Employment at Thursfields will be speaking on “Protected Conversations”.

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    26Nov

    New Recruits for Private Client Department

    We are delighted to welcome three new recruits to our Private Client teams across Worcestershire and the Black Country.

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