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29 January - Samuel Hardy

When a friend or loved one dies, and after the funeral and grieving time, a general (but important) question may be: what (if anything) do I do next? Is probate... Read More

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26 January - Ben Brice

The recent events surrounding the Presidents Club Charity Dinner have brought to light a difficult situation that trustees of any charity may find themselves in (albeit on, hopefully, rare occasions)... Read More

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24 January - Flora Grossman

Even when separating couples are on good terms, when it comes to how they continue to co-parent their children, they can still encounter difficulties. As part of Mediation week, we... Read More

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22 January - Jacqui O'Rourke

With pressures in all areas of the NHS it seems we are turning increasingly to the internet for answers.  I was very interested to watch the Tonight programme last Thursday... Read More

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22 January - Joanna Rzepecka

A recent article in The Times has highlighted the delays in reporting the diagnosis of certain types of cancer, which in some cases can negatively influence a patient's chances of... Read More

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22 January - Flora Grossman

When Gwyneth Paltrow announced that she and Chris Martin would be ‘consciously uncoupling’ on her website Goop, in March 2014, the news was met with widespread ridicule and contempt. This... Read More

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18 January - Sophie Cisler

Dealing with someone's estate can be complicated and often involves lots of paperwork. Will the Probate Registry's online service save applicants time and money?  Read our article below and decide... Read More

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17 January - Kirsteen Hook

Our Charities team here at Blake Morgan publishes e-bulletins to keep you up-to-date with breaking news and topical issues affecting the sector. We also offer regular charity trustee induction and... Read More

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16 January - James Davies

It's easy to see the beginning of January as a little bit miserable: "divorce day", dry January, dreadful weather and a return to work but there are lots of little... Read More

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16 January - Paul Caldicott

The well-publicised liquidation of Carillion and appointment of partners at PwC with day-to-day control represents one of the biggest failures of a private sector company this decade and certainly the... Read More

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15 January - Kirsteen Hook

The budget made few mentions of the voluntary sector. However, the following is a summary of the likely benefits to the charity sector. Gift Aid: the Gift Aid regime will... Read More

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15 January - Kirsteen Hook

On 7 December 2017, the Charities Act 2011 (Commencement No.3) Order 2017 (SI 2017/1230) was implemented, which means that from 1 January 2018 there will be mechanisms in place for... Read More