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Who stores a copy of my will and where is it stored?

Rebecca Mitchell-Smith, solicitor in our private client team, answers some frequently asked questions about where copies of a person’s will is stored and what happens in instances where a solicitor…


Euro 2024 – Safely managing your licensed premises

As excitement for Euro 2024 builds, Samantha Faud, senior associate solicitor, and Kristian Torgersen, apprentice solicitor, from our licensing team look at some practical considerations for the safe management of…


How to recognise financial abuse in a relationship

The Domestic Abuse Act 2021 now recognises ‘economic abuse’ as a form of domestic abuse within the legal definition. Jenna Atkinson, associate solicitor, and Louise Shaw, trainee solicitor, from our…


Euro 2024 – A guide to the key employment law issues

As this summer’s European Championships get closer, Gareth Southgate won’t be the only manager grappling with personnel issues. Emma Butterworth, partner in Harrison Drury’s employment and HR team, looks at…


Mental Health Awareness Week 2024 – The importance of supporting your employees’ mental wellbeing

This week (13 - 19 May) is Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK. Katy Parkinson, senior associate solicitor, and Ethan Jayne, paralegal, from our employment law team highlight the…


Can security for costs delay adjudication enforcement?

The construction team at Harrison Drury recently acted in the enforcement proceedings in Melton Town Football Club Ltd v Hunts Contractors Ltd on behalf of Melton Town Football Club. Katherine…


Do I have to share my inheritance after a divorce?

The requirement to share an inheritance received during a marriage is a significant concern for couples going through a divorce. The family team at Harrison Drury are regularly involved in…


April 2024 Employment Law changes – what businesses need to know

There are a number of important employment law changes coming into effect this April, and businesses need to prepare to ensure that policies are updated in time to avoid future…


What landlords and tenants need to consider when opposing lease renewals

If a tenancy is protected by the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (“The Act”), the tenant is entitled to be granted a new lease, unless the landlord can establish a…


The benefits of nesting when co-parenting a child

For parties with children who have recently separated, the question may arise as to how best to co-parent. A separation is a significant event in a child’s life and many…


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