Personal Injury Partner Iona Smith discusses the recent changes to the Highway Code and why they are so important.
Private Client Partner Cara Grant discusses the difference between ‘mirror’ wills and ‘mutual’ wills and the implications for couples making wills.
The long-awaited changes to our fault-based divorce system, introducing true no-fault divorce, are in effect. Find out what is and what isn’t changing under the new system.
The Covid-19 pandemic brought a raft of legal changes that affected residential possession proceedings, commercial property, statutory demands and winding up petitions, plus company law, many of which have since expired or been revoked. Partner Jeremy Laws highlights the latest position on each of these areas.
Gaby Hardwicke is pleased to announce their latest appointments within the firm with effect from 1 April.
Update your Will Week 2022 – a bid to raise awareness of the importance of updating your will regularly.
Employment Law Partner, Paul Maynard, discusses what documents employers are required to have in place for their work force and a number of changes that were introduced and potentially missed, a week after the first Covid lockdown.
Gaby Hardwicke Solicitors are proud to again sponsor the annual Lady Taverners’ Spring Luncheon, held at the Grand Hotel, Eastbourne.
We are delighted to share with you that Gaby Hardwicke Partner Mark Williams has been shortlisted for Corporate Lawyer of the Year, in the 2022 South East Dealmakers Awards.
James Mountford, a Senior Associate Solicitor, who specialises in wills and probate and is also a Notary Public, discusses his role as a notary at Gaby Hardwicke Solicitors.