The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) recently estimated that as many as 50,000 business failures could be avoided every single year if suppliers paid on time. Meanwhile, separate research from the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed (IPSE)
New research suggests that there was a rise in property transactions towards the end of last year, while over the course of 2016 as a whole, the market remained ‘resilient’ in the face of turbulent tax changes and political developments.
A wife has told a Family Court that her millionaire husband ‘tricked’ her into signing a prenuptial agreement after he told her it was “just a piece of paper”.
Numerous celebrity deaths in recent months should be taken as a stern reminder of the importance of inheritance tax (IHT) and estate planning.
A Judge has overturned remedy orders in a divorce case after discovering a series of procedural errors.
The pound’s reduced value has seen overseas demand for commercial property rise substantially, a new report has shown.
The family court is looking to end the presumption that a father must have contact with their child if there is evidence of previous domestic abuse which could put either the youngster or mother in danger. The change in stance
An Employment Tribunal has awarded £1.4million in redundancy pay to more than 400 ex-Phones 4U staff who were dismissed ‘overnight’ without warning when the firm went bust.
A leading property consultancy claims that there has been a sharp rise the number of buy-to-let landlords investing in the commercial property market in recent years.
Women’s Aid has welcomed the recommendations for changes to rules concerning cross-examination of an alleged victim of domestic violence. The review, headed by Mr Justice Cobb, looked at Practice Direction 12J FPR 2010, Child Arrangement and Contact Order: Domestic Violence