If you have suffered a workplace accident and are bringing a personal injury claim* for compensation, or are considering it, you may be apprehensive about the details of your case being made public. Continue reading
Startups have recently been the latest craze among young and enthusiastic entrepreneurs, as they require a minimal investment. If you plan on setting up your own business and being successful at the same time, be careful not to miss out on any legal tricks that, which, if overlooked, can get you into real trouble. The safest way to go is to hire a personal injury lawyer from the very beginning. In the meantime, this is a guide through the top three legal mistakes startups usually make. Do not let it happen to you! Continue reading
Divorces can get notoriously messy, and anything that takes some of the worry out of this difficult time can be a blessing. With divorce rates at an all-time high, matrimonial valuations are becoming increasingly important as a way to make sure you split the value of your marital home appropriately. One of the best ways to do this is to get an independent valuation to decide how you will split your assets. Continue reading
The world of financial trading has grown rapidly in recent years in terms of the numbers of people participating, primarily because online brokers make things so easy now. However, there’s one particular method of forex speculation that’s really helping things to grow, and it is of course spread betting. Many thousands of people are getting involved to make more money, whether it’s just a little on the side, or a full time occupation. But what is it, how does it work, and is it safe?
Whether you live in a listed building and are considering having works carried out or you are thinking of buying a listed property, it’s important for you to understand exactly what is meant by the term ‘listed building’ in the UK. Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding listed buildings. Continue reading
Over half of all UK adults have not made a will, and it is estimated that a third of us will die without having made one (a situation, legally known as ‘intestate’). If you die without a will, your family might be left with a confusing financial issue to resolve. Continue reading