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How will the Tory election win affect your family’s finances?

Although it remains to be seen whether some, or all, of the pledges made by the Conservative party before the recent general election come to fruition, here family law expert…


More growth for Harrison Drury’s property team

Harrison Drury has added two more solicitors to its growing property team. Nicola Beneduce and Isabel Macias Rial have joined the firm after a period of steady growth. Nicola joins…

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Can my husband sell our former matrimonial home without my consent?

Q. My husband and I have been married for 23 years and have two grown up children together. We separated in 2014 and my husband has now moved to Bahrain…


Lancaster solicitors expand with office switch

Harrison Drury has moved its Lancaster office to new premises in the heart of the city’s professional quarter. The solicitors firm has relocated to 21 Castle Hill, a three-storey Grade…

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Can my former wife move abroad and take our children with her?

My former wife and I divorced in 2013. We have two children together, aged eight and six. My former spouse has now told me that she plans to move to…


Challenging and enforcing restrictive covenants

A restrictive covenant affecting freehold land usually restricts the use of its land in some way for the benefit of another's land. There are generally two types of covenant affecting…

Business ProtectionDispute ResolutionProperty & Construction

Event marks growth for solicitors in Kendal

Business owners and professionals came together at a networking event to mark the latest stage of growth at North West commercial law firm Harrison Drury. The firm hosted an informal…

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Five ways to reduce claims for workplace stress

A recent High Court case has shed more light on the circumstances in which an employer may be liable for psychiatric illness caused by occupational stress. In the case of…

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How will the pension shakeup affect divorcing couples?

Divorcing couples will benefit from greater control and flexibility in the separation of their assets as new pension reforms provide over 55s with unrestricted access to their pension pots. The…


A recap on shared parental leave changes

Businesses of all sizes need to be aware of recently introduced rules that now enable parents to share up to a year of leave after the birth or adoption of…

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