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Who makes decisions for a person who’s lost mental capacity?

People are increasingly concerned about who would look after their financial affairs and make key decisions about their welfare if they were no longer able to make these decisions themselves.…

Home & FamilyWills, Probate & Trusts

How do I ensure I’m employing migrants legally?

The issue of immigration to the UK is rarely out of the news these days and it has been brought into even sharper focus by the recent migrant crisis in…

Automotive, Transport & LogisticsEmployment LawLand, Estates and Rural Business

Can regional funds help my business?

In recent years, regional funds have become a crucial part of the North West business finance sector. These funds, such as the North West Fund and the Greater Manchester Investment…

Banking, Finance & ProfessionalMergers & Acquisitions

Business is booming at new Preston eatery

A Preston entrepreneur is hoping to cook-up business success after opening a new city centre restaurant. Theatre Street Bar and Grill is based off Fishergate and is the new arm…

Leisure, Tourism & RetailPreston Office

How long will Lancashire have to wait to find out if Cuadrilla’s fracking appeal has been successful?

It looks as though the people of Lancashire will have a long wait, perhaps as long as 16 months, before we find out if Cuadrilla’s appeal against the Council’s rejection…

Energy & Utilities

My former spouse has left the country: can I still claim maintenance?

Financial orders of the court are made to set out how a former couple’s money and assets should be divided on divorce. While capital assets such as the family home…


Contesting a will: What are my options if I’m left out of a will?

The issue of contested wills, and people being ‘disinherited’ from a parent’s will, has hit the headlines again after a long-running legal case was finally decided by a High Court…

Home & FamilyWills, Probate & Trusts

Can a will be made for someone who lacks mental capacity?

A statutory will is a will which is made on behalf of a person who does not have the mental capacity to make their own. The Court of Protection can…

Home & FamilyWills, Probate & Trusts

How will the new Consumer Rights Act affect digital firms?

New rules surrounding online content will change the way digital firms handle complaints about their products and services. The new Consumer Rights Act 2015 (CRA), which comes into force on…

Digital & CreativeRegulatory & Compliance

Supporting the Ribble Valley Business Awards

Harrison Drury has signed up to support the coveted Ribble Valley Business Awards 2015. The firm is a main sponsor of the annual awards ceremony, which takes place in October…

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