Have a look at our informative legal guides to help you feel prepared.
Coronavirus has had a devastating impact on businesses across the country. Job losses are as damaging as they are inevitable. So, how does the pandemic affect your redundancy rights?
Not sure if you’ve been fairly or unfairly dismissed from your job? It’s helpful to understand what constitutes unfair dismissal before taking further action.
Redundancy can send your whole world into a tailspin. But there are a few steps you can take to make the transition easier for you and your family.
If you’ve fallen out with a friend or family member, you may be considering disinheriting them. Cutting someone out of your will is a serious step, and you’ll want to approach this with compassion and a level head.
Explore your options for leaving someone out of your will.
No-fault divorce is the biggest change to divorce law in a generation. We explore what it will mean for you.
Speeding remains the UK’s top motoring offence – but is there any good reason to appeal a speeding ticket?
Explore what happens if you’re caught speeding, the price you could pay, and why you may need to dispute a speeding offence charge.
When the coronavirus pandemic took hold, it presented a challenge for solicitors, will-writers, and those looking to write a will – and it brought about a major change in the law: video-witnessing.
As an artist, author, musician, or any other creative professional, if you earn royalties, own the copyright or a catalogue of works, it’s time to think about making a will.