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Could an unsent text message override your Will?

20/02/2019

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When it comes to succession planning many individuals, together with their advisers, spend years planning and making preparations. However, at a ...

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Bosses risking pensions to face up to seven years in jail

14/02/2019

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A new criminal offence of 'wilful or reckless behaviour' in relation to pensions will be introduced under the proposals to crack ...

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NCA forces London-based son of former Moldovan PM to pay nearly £500k

12/02/2019

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A London student who paid £390,000 up front in rent for a Knightsbridge apartment must now pay nearly half a million ...

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No fault divorce set to become law in the UK

11/02/2019

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Legislation to introduce no-fault divorce in the UK is set to be introduced to parliament in the spring by Justice Minister ...

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'Overly complex' divorce system needs reforming

08/02/2019

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The "overly complex" divorce system in England and Wales needs reforming, says the Nuffield Foundation.

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Former Man Utd boss sentenced to a year in jail by Spanish court over tax fraud

06/02/2019

The former manager of English Premier League side Manchester United, Jose Mourinho, has accepted a prison term for tax fraud in ...

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The urgency to reform cohabitation laws has never been greater

05/02/2019

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Seddons' Deborah Jeff examines what rights cohabiting couples actually have and why people need to be aware this...

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Unexplained Wealth Orders: Could you comply?

31/01/2019

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London has long been a destination of choice for wealthy families looking to relocate or simply to invest in prime real ...

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New property regimes for international married couples in Europe comes into effect

30/01/2019

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The EU Regulations clarifying the rules applicable to property regimes for international married couples or registered partnerships has comes into effect, ...

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Faking it: The rise of social media impersonators and how you can be protected

28/01/2019

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Edward Smith, a barrister at law firm Payne Hicks Beach looks into the problems fake social media profiles can cause for ...

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