Parents from York and the surrounding area have been given legal advice on the rights afforded to them when re-entering the workplace at a special talk. David Scott, a Senior Associate within Hethertons Solicitors’ Employment Law team has taken part
The ex-wife of a wealthy Russian oligarch locked in a bitter dispute over a multi-billion pound fortune has won the latest round of an ongoing legal battle.
The Home Office has launched a £13 million fund to help youth workers, police, nurses and other professionals to build closer relationships with children and young people at risk of relationship abuse.
New data suggests that mortgage approvals for homebuyers with small deposits rose significantly towards the end of last year, as first-time buyers moved to secure their place on the property ladder following an historic Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) cut.
We are assisting with the sale of an interesting property located in the Yorkshire Dales – a Victorian toilet block with fantastic views of the Aysgarth Falls. Read the full story here.
A toilet block with views of the beautiful Aysgarth Falls in Yorkshire has come on the market for auction with help from local lawyers, Hethertons Solicitors. With bids of more than £8,000 expected, this scenic, but septic, location on the
Perpetrators convicted of domestic abuse are more likely go to prison under new sentencing guidelines announced this week.
The Government has announced new protections against identity fraud for company directors.
Unmarried cohabiting couples are being advised to consider signing a cohabitation agreement, after a recent survey found that more than a third of cohabitees were misunderstanding the law.
A Supreme Court hearing later today (20 February) will have “significant ramifications” on employment law for a number of industries, including the media, the health service and the construction industry.