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From the Blog

  • 16Apr

    Spring doesn’t have to start with a fall out with your neighbours

    Spring is in the air which means more of us are starting to spend time in our garden again. This unfortunately seems to bring with it, however, an increase in disputes between neighbours.

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    The New Care Act

    The new Care Act which comes into effect this month signals the largest overhaul of care law in over 60 years, bringing about major changes to adult social care.

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  • 7Apr

    Care Home Fees - A Common Problem

    We receive many enquiries from clients regarding transferring their property into someone else’s name to avoid care home fees. Concerns with relation to this subject are common to many clients however it is vitally important that clients take professional specialised advice before proceeding with such planning.

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    Resounding Success at Thursfields Annual Quiz

    On 26 March 2015, 14 teams competed in the annual Thursfields Quiz at Benjamins in Halesowen, with the aim of raising funds for Mary Stevens Hospice , Stourbridge. The Quiz Masters were Ian Monk and Richard King from Lloyds Bank, who not only asked the questions but provided excellent entertainment.

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  • 3Apr

    The Children & Families Act - One Year On

    On the 22nd April 2014, the new Children and Families Act came into effect. The Act came out of considerable research and consultation about the impact of parental conflict on children. One year on, has the Act lived up to expectations?

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    Administrators can consent to moratorium breach retrospectively

    The High Court in Northern Ireland has held that the administrators of an insolvent partnership could consent, retrospectively, to an act that would otherwise breach the statutory moratorium that arises in administration.

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