School Holidays and Separation

School Holidays and Separation

School holidays, though eagerly anticipated by your children, can be a difficult time for parents – particularly if you’re bringing up children alone. One quarter of British families are now single parent families and, in these instances, the pressures of childcare,...
Update on Probate Fees

Update on Probate Fees

Further to our blog post on 7th March 2017 regarding the controversial changes to probate fees, we can confirm that these have now been scrapped due to the upcoming general election and the fact that there was not enough time for Parliament to pass the Statutory...
So… You Are Getting Married!

So… You Are Getting Married!

  Congratulations! You have chosen the date… got the dress in mind, photographer is booked and you’ve ordered the invites! Everything is ready. But have you thought about what you are signing on the day you are getting married? You are signing a contract. The biggest...
12 Tips Of Christmas

12 Tips Of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas Browns Solicitors gave to me their first top tip on making a Will. If you are unmarried without a Will your partner is not automatically entitled to inherit from your estate on death but could make claims through the courts, reducing the...
Office Christmas Parties

Office Christmas Parties

Are you worried about how to act at your impending office Christmas party? Do you relax and enjoy the free bar or act professionally, as though you’re on a business meeting? The case of Bellman (B) V Northampton Recruitment (NR) may have some answers for you. In 2011...