Can an attorney or deputy make gifts on behalf of another person? There are many things to consider when looking after someone else’s money.
Fearn –v– Tate Modern judgment: Supreme Court confirms ‘visual intrusion’ constitutes a private nuisance
The Supreme Court has today extended the law by confirming that overlooking or ‘visual intrusion’ can give rise to a cause of action in private nuisance.
In anticipation of Family Mediation Week, Sarah Archibald shares her thoughts on mediation and why she thinks it is so successful for separating couples.
Ban on exclusivity clauses in zero-hours employment contracts has been extended to low paid workers and employees.
Being entrusted with distributing an estate and attending to the last wishes of a loved one can be daunting and knowing how to proceed can also be a minefield. If you are a personal representative who needs some assistance with a dispute which has arisen, or you have concerns about a personal representative administering an estate, we are here to help.
As part of our long term strategy to enhance and broaden the expertise that we can offer our clients, Laurie Heizler joins us as a Partner in the Business Law team based in the firm’s Guildford office.