Blog and Comment

Blog and Comment

11 November 2016

Judges & 'Policitics'

John Andrewsposted byJohn Andrews Partner

Judges & 'Policitics'

Brexit has caused much divide and discussion over the last four months and it shows no sign of easing. A week on from the decision of three senior judges ruling that MPs should have a vote on how the UK leaves the EU has received much public criticism.... Read more

31 October 2016

New laws for landlords – dealing with anti-social tenants

Simone Ritchieposted bySimone Ritchie Senior Associate

The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 (the ‘Act’) came into force on 20 October 2014. The Act introduces major changes to residential property proceedings aiming to speed up the possession process for social landlords whose tenants have a proven recent record of anti-social behaviour or criminality.... Read more

16 October 2016Tax Wills

Inheritance Tax & the benefits of giving to charity

Sue Adamsposted bySue Adams Partner

If you are concerned about the level of Inheritance Tax that might have to be paid when you pass away, one option open is giving away some of your money to charity, either during your lifetime or in your will. Not only will you be able to support worthy causes that are close to your heart, but you will also reduce your tax bill.... Read more