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Free Wills Event Extended to Include Care Workers

Due to the Exceptional response we have had to our Free Wills for NHS Key workers. We are Extending our event so Key workers who are on the frontline for the Care Industry can now also obtain a free Will. So if you are or you know someone who’s employed within the Care Industry, please…
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Free Wills For NHS Workers

During these very difficult times, we are wanting to give back to the NHS as much as we possibly can. We have been watching in awe, as NHS Key Workers have gone above and beyond. One of our specialist areas is making Wills. A Will is about giving people the control and power to make…
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COVID 19 – Open for Business and Ready to Support You, Your Family and Business

During these difficult and challenging times, we would like to reassure you that we have taken every possible step necessary to keep our clients and staff as safe as possible. We have also made every step in ensuring that we remain open for business and continue to work as efficiently as possible. To ensure the…
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CHRISTMAS PRESENT APPEAL – THE SALVATION ARMY

What is the Christmas present appeal? The Salvation Army’s Christmas present Appeal is requesting help by donating new, unwrapped toys and gifts for children who might not otherwise receive a Christmas present.  Suggested Gift List for Children and Young People We believe every child deserves a new gift at Christmas so we are unable to…
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Breach of Contract – What Is It? And How to Enforce

This article will discuss Breach of contract, including; What is a contract? When is a contract legally binding? What is a breach of contract? and How to remedy a breach of contract What is a contract? A contract is a promise or an agreement between two or more parties. A party is a person or…
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Luton County Court | Check-in System Failure is NOT an Extraordinary Circumstance

Luton County Court confirm that check-in system failure is NOT an extraordinary circumstance viable as a defence to a flight delay claim under EC261/2004.

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Mis-Sold Solar Panels

When have you been Mis-sold Solar panels? With the boom in the push for green alternatives for energy over the past ten years. Solar Energy has been at the forefront of the renewable energy sector. Unfortunately, with the market being new, the regulations surrounding the selling of these products have been lack lustred. This has…
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The grounds for contesting a Will

There is often confusion around contesting a will and contentious probate. We can provide an expert who will assist you in contesting a will or defending a claim.

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Will Writing Service: What you need to know about Wills

We are currently offering free will reviews. This is an opportunity to sit down with an experienced will writer who you talk through the process. We only charge a fee when you instruct us to begin writing your will, so there is no harm in obtaining free advice from us at the beginning.

Ryanair Strike | Pilots stage another week-long strike

Ryanair pilots are now to stage a fresh series of strikes after failing to resolve an ongoing dispute with the airline, the Balpa Union has announced.