The Family Court has allowed a local council to submit evidence on a family gained from a private investigator, it has emerged.
Thousands of UK start-ups are operating illegally by failing to take on employers’ liability (EL) insurance, a new study has revealed.
Changes to the layout of a divorce form – inviting individuals to name the person their spouse has committed adultery with – could lead to greater conflict, experts have warned.
Taxi company Addison Lee has lost a recent worker status challenge, after an Employment Tribunal found that one of its cycle couriers should have been classed as a worker as opposed to an independent contractor.
Imminent new rules in relation to so-called mortgage ‘stress tests’ will be phased in between now and October 2017, and could make it more difficult for buy-to-let landlords with large portfolios to access new mortgages.
The wife of a former Manchester United star has been granted a divorce, after the judge agreed that the marriage had irretrievably broken down.
A new survey suggests that a worrying number of Britons are ignoring Inheritance Tax (IHT) and have not taken any measures to determine or mitigate their potential liability, despite news that 45,000 UK households were hit with IHT bills in
The directors of a demolitions company have been banned from running a limited company for three to seven years after failing to observe a winding up petition. The firm, George Hunter, was placed into liquidation on 20 April 2015 with
A UK landlord who was found guilty of serious planning offences has been ordered to pay almost £175,000 in Court.
New research published by one of the UK’s leading mortgage lenders has forecast that Britain’s property market will remain buoyant towards the end of 2017.