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From the Blog

  • 30Jun

    Increase to Apprenticeship Wage Rate

    The National Minimum Wage (NMW) sets a wage floor below which pay cannot fall in order to protect low paid workers. In reviewing the annual increases for NMW rates, the Government has decided to increase the Apprentice rate from £2.73 - £3.30 per hour.

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    Family Court under the media spotlight

    It will have been impossible to avoid the national media headlines concerning Rebecca Minnock and her 3 year old son Ethan. The unusual decision to lift reporting restrictions on the case has placed the Family Court under an unusual scrutiny.

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  • 26Jun

    In Trusts We Trust

    Even in the eleven years I have been in practice, I have seen the modern family ‘make-up’ change and the need to protect money and assets from falling in to the ‘wrong hands’ becoming more of a priority.

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    Winding-up petition was not an abuse of process despite collateral purpose of petitioner

    In the recent decision of Astra Resources plc v Credit Veritas USA LLC [2015] EWHC 1830 (Ch) (23 June 2015) the High Court refused an application for an injunction to restrain the presentation of a winding-up petition against the applicant company.

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  • 25Jun

    Does Money Matter?

    Saying goodbye to your marriage by obtaining a Divorce does not automatically say goodbye to the financial ties and responsibilities that, by law, you have when you are married.

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    Dementia Friends

    Thursfields is delighted to announce that the members of its Wills and Estates department have become 'Dementia Friends' after attending a session presented by colleague and Dementia Friends Champion, Tom Evans.

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