Lawson West’s specialist Wills Solicitors, Phoebe Tranter, adds her experience of how virtual witnessing works in real life
Many people are looking to create a Will at the moment - How can you sign your Will and have it witnessed by two people, adhering to social distancing?
Learn the 7-Steps of Mindfulness and using meditation to help control stress and anxiety whilst in Coronavirus Lockdown
Watch our easy, digestible video with advice on the re-engagement provision and the end of Furlough Leave.
How to make your Will with Lawson West Solicitors during Lockdown
How the Government's new protective measures work for commercial tenants paying rent, ensuring cash-flow for landlords
On 15 April, Vaishali Thakerar was a speaker at the RICS-organised Covid-19 webinar on the impact of Coronavirus on employment in the workplace.
The National Minimum Wage (Amendment) (No 2) Regulations 2020 came in to effect on 6th April 2020. The new legislation defines the 'Salary Premium'. What is a Salary Premium and how is it used in a NMW calculation?
Minimum Wages are ‘On The Up’ - Are you aware of the new rates?
Probate Registry holds-up finalising the estates of the deceased with a 4-6 week delay
What is Furlough Leave for Employees? Find out here from Lawson-West
The Finance Bill legislation affecting Contractor status will be delayed 12 months to 6 April 2021
Following this week’s announcement regarding school closures teamed with the need for social distancing and isolation, family lawyers are being asked how best to manage arrangements for children with separated parents.
An Employment Tribunal held that a worker had been indirectly discriminated against by a temporary work agency due to their ‘no beards’ policy.
Last year, journalist Freddy McConnell, who is now legally recognised as male and has undergone gender reassignment, lost the right to be named his child’s father at the High Court. This week, he has taken his case to the Court of Appeal.