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Do I need a cohabitation agreement?

Q. I am in the process of buying a property, which will be purchased in my sole name as I am providing the deposit. If my partner and I live…

13/02/17
Family
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Reducing risk on new health and safety fines

With tougher sentences and fines for health and safety offences starting to bite, Harrison Drury’s David Edwards, offers some advice for how businesses can take a proactive approach to minimising…

01/02/17
Business ProtectionEmployment LawProperty & Construction

Will I be able to keep my inheritance if I get divorced?

Often, one of the main concerns for separating couples is how their assets will be divided and what their financial position will be once their divorce is finalised. When the…

27/01/17
Divorce

A guide to selling a business

Whether you are looking to retire or merely move onto a new venture, it is important to achieve a clean break from the business and ensure the terms on which…

24/01/17
HD NewsMergers & Acquisitions

A guide to buying a business

Buying a business can be an exciting prospect and a powerful driver of business growth. However, it may seem rather daunting to anyone who is not familiar with the process.…

17/01/17
HD NewsMergers & Acquisitions

What to expect at your first appointment with a divorce solicitor

Once you and your spouse have decided to separate, issuing divorce proceedings can feel like a difficult and daunting step to take. An experienced family solicitor will be able to…

17/01/17
Divorce

How the changing workplace affects your business

The turbulent political events of 2016, technology trends and the changing economy will have far reaching consequences for the UK workplace over the next 12-months. Roger Spence, head of employment…

09/01/17
Employment LawHD News

Is your commercial property ready for new minimum energy performance ratings?

New minimum energy performance requirements will be implemented in 2018, but commercial landlords cannot start preparing soon enough. Nicola Beneduce, an associate solicitor in Harrison Drury’s property and construction team…

09/01/17
HD NewsProperty & Construction

Achieving lean manufacturing with better contracts

While most manufacturers would aspire to a ‘lean manufacturing’ model, many are prevented from achieving it due to inadequate legal contracts. Nick Booth, head of Harrison Drury’s manufacturing and engineering…

06/01/17
HD NewsManufacturing & Engineering
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