Antony Caulfield, Private Client Partner, discusses the importance of reviewing and updating powers of attorney.
We were delighted to take part in a Santa fun run yesterday in aid of the Sara Lee Trust, with members of our teams dressed in festive costumes to run along Bexhill seafront in socially distanced pairs.
Partner Jeremy Laws provides a further update on the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020.
Members of Gaby Hardwicke Solicitors will soon be putting on their trainers and seasonal costumes and running (socially distanced and in pairs) along Bexhill seafront to raise money for the Sara Lee Trust.
Read our latest Briefing Note following a recent judgment in the Supreme Court that has changed the way in which landlords should review requests for consent to alter the property from leaseholders.
Senior Associate Solicitor James Mountford discusses some potential pitfalls of failing to make a health and welfare lasting power of attorney.
We discuss a recent case in the Court of Appeal which considered whether paper files held by a law firm constituted a ‘relevant filing system’.
Partner Mark Williams discusses possible changes to capital gains tax (CGT) in the next Budget.
Richard Ostle, Private Client Partner, discusses a recent ruling concerning an unwritten agreement between family members about sharing ownership of a property.
Partner Debra Frazer discusses the rise of ‘tech abuse’ in relation to domestic abuse.