February 2017 Archive

Marriage and wealth preservation – what our survey tells us

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In today's society second marriages and blended families are becoming more common. But how can you preserve your wealth when you enter into a marriage? More …

Income rules for spouse visas

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The courts have decided to uphold income rules for foreign spouses wishing to join their partners in the UK. Our Senior Associate Lisa Parsons comments on the ruling. More …

SDLT charge looks set to stay for second homes

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How will the Housing White Paper affect SDLT charges? John Shallcross explains! More …

Blake Morgan's Professional Regulatory Bulletin - February 2017

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February's edition of our Professional Regulatory newsletter includes a round-up of the latest news, cases and interesting commentary. More …

Professional Regulatory Press Releases - February 2017

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Press releases for our Professional Regulatory team More …

Blake Morgan's Employment Newsletter

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Our employment newsletter covers all of the latest developments in employment law including the Apprenticeship levy and gender pay reporting. More …

Tribunal fee impact up for debate

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Natalie Painter, Senior Solicitor in our Employment law team, considers the Government's long-awaited Review of the introduction of fees in the Employment Tribunals. Following the dramatic reduction in claims, can it be said that ET fees are a success? More …

Brexit White Paper – the key points

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The Government today published its official policy document setting out its plans for Britain leaving the EU. More …

Private Client Issues - February 2017

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Welcome to this month's edition of Private Client Issues, Blake Morgan's monthly round-up of the topics you may find of interest. More …