Cutting costs when it comes to your Will is a false economy, as a recent matter we handled shows.
New guidance on the key principles trustees should follow when deciding whether to grant funding to a non-charitable organisation.
Thousands of workers who are paid commission could be entitled to claim more holiday pay after an EAT ruling.
The MoJ has confirmed details of a problem with a second form used to calculate financial information in family law cases.
A rule that can prevent domestic abuse victims from accessing legal aid has been declared ‘invalid’ by the Court of Appeal.
The ICO has fined a marketing company £70,000 for making unsolicited phone calls.
Landlords with properties covered by Hastings Borough Council’s selective licensing scheme have until 25 May 2016 to claim an ‘early bird’ discount.
The number of cohabiting-couple families in the UK has more than doubled in the past 19 years.
A woman has been awarded her late partner’s share of the house they owned together after a legal battle with the man’s estranged wife.
A survey has found that 72 per cent of landlords do not understand their obligations under the new ‘right to rent’ checks.