The current coronavirus crisis and the problems that the family courts are suffering in that minimal court hearings are taking place, means that reaching a solution through the court process is even slower.
Our family law team has seen an increase in recent weeks in requests for separated families to adopt an equal sharing of child care arrangements.
Government extends the moratorium on landlords enforcing their rights to recover possession until 31 December 2020.
The new Job Support Scheme takes effect from 1 November, after the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme ends on 31 October...
The court of appeal has found against this important pensions case (Delve and another -v- The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions) and the disappointing judgment was handed down this morning.
Lawson-West is expanding its team in its Leicestershire offices.
With the UK being warned to get back to work or risk losing their jobs - as Boris Johnson urges workers to return to their desks, the big question is - Should offices be reopened or should staff continue working from home?
Rightmove: ‘more homes selling within a week than at any point over the past decade.’
Most employers are now encouraging the return of employees into the workplace.The Government’s current guidance is to return to work if we can – but what about pregnant employees? Shouldn’t they be shielding?
Join the Webinar: Laurence Duncan interviews Lawson-West Solicitors' Managing Director, David Heys about the business challenges in Lockdown
When it's time to sell your business, there are all sorts of aspects to consider. Lawson-West's helpful 'Guide to Selling Your Business' can help any business owner to understand the key stages.
Leicestershire-based regional law firm Lawson-West Solicitors welcomes a new non-executive Director to the Board, John Stables.
You can still make a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) document during Coronavirus, but you need to observe the Government’s latest guidance on social distancing, self-isolating and shielding...
Many employers are struggling to make ends meet now, but at the end of October the government will withdraw the Coronavirus Job Retention scheme (CJRS). What can your business do to avoid making redundancies?