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Employers are waiting on the outcome of a court ruling that may mean special treatment has to be given to employees whose weight is causing them problems in the workplace.
Families of missing people could soon be allowed to take control of their absent relative’s legal and financial affairs.
Leading trade organisations have criticised plans outlined by George Osborne to allow HMRC to take taxes directly from taxpayers’ bank accounts.
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The Office for National Statistics recently reported a rise in the number of divorces among couples born in the post-war years between 1946 and 1964.
A new report from Aviva has found that the average cost of divorcing for each couple has risen 57 per cent, from around £28,000 in 2006 to £43,900.
A lasting power of attorney gives authority to another person to make decisions on behalf of the donor if the donor loses mental capacity.
The circumstances that may lead to a clinical negligence claim could be that you have had treatment that has not had the result that you expected.
In this video, Charlotte Leckie, family and matrimonial solicitor at IBB, answers a series of questions on making childcare arrangements.
In 2013, 41 per cent of small firms fell prey to cyber criminals, with another 10 per cent hit by online fraud and 20 per cent affected by a computer virus.
The ONS has reported figures suggesting that a general downward trend in the divorce rate in England and Wales may have been reversed by the recession of 2008–2009.
Bruce Carr, the QC leading an independent inquiry into legislation governing industrial disputes, has said that he will not make any proposals for a change in the law.
Sir James Munby, the president of the Family Division of the High Court, has ruled that the court service should pay for people’s lawyers if the Legal Aid Agency refuses to provide them, in order to ensure justice is done.
Historically we have seen individuals buying property together as cohabiting couples, making different contributions to the purchase price and maybe treating the property as a family home.
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In this video, Gary Bunce from IBB Solicitors answers important questions often asked by property buyers and sellers.
According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), ‘asbestos is the single greatest cause of work-related deaths in the UK’.
Laura Thompson, a solicitor at IBB Solicitors, has discussed wilful neglect or mistreatment issues for health workers.
Jon Mowbray, IBB partner and real-estate dispute solicitor, has discussed what rights homeowners living near the proposed HS2 route have when claiming compensation.
The government has agreed to give children and young people full access to judges, in order to make their feelings and views known.