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Would a pre-nuptial agreement protect my assets on divorce?

Before getting married you may wish to think about protecting your assets, should your marriage come to an end.  Signing a pre-nuptial agreement may be a good way to do…


Harrison Drury recruits Brett Cooper for growth push

Harrison Drury, has appointed experienced corporate lawyer Brett Cooper as it targets further growth and geographic expansion. Brett joins Harrison Drury from Temple Heelis Solicitors in Cumbria. He has a…

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Harrison Drury advises County Group on latest acquisition

Harrison Drury has advised North West insurance consultancy County Group on its acquisition of Staffordshire-based commercial insurance broker JSW Insurance. The deal, for an undisclosed sum, is the latest in…

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Q&A: What are the options for exiting my business?

Problem: I’m approaching my fifties, have a growing business and I now want to give some serious consideration to building it up and exiting. Some of my contacts have told…

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Five top legal tips for commercial property purchases

In a recent blog I looked at common mistakes made by both landlords and tenants when entering into commercial property leases. This time I’m going to highlight some of the…

Property & Construction

How new whistleblowing rules affect businesses

Major changes to legislation protecting workplace whistleblowers have significant implications for employers. Harrison Drury's Employment law team, discusses the main issues for businesses need to be aware of. Whistleblowing is…

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Keeping your business staffed over summer

With summer in full swing and the school holidays right around the corner, many employees will be planning to use some of their annual leave. As employers, this can result…

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Can my pension be protected from a claim by my spouse on divorce?

Pensions, like other forms of investment, may be included as matrimonial assets for division on divorce. In some cases it may even be the second largest asset after any property…


The true cost of ignoring legal problems

I was astonished to read a recent article in Law Society Gazette which highlighted some research about the reluctance of businesses to use legal services. The research, commissioned by the…

Business Protection

Business assets at risk in divorce cases

In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court has confirmed that in certain circumstances divorce courts will have the power to order that a company which is owned or controlled by…


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