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Safety and Health at Work 2019

This year’s Health and Safety at Work day attempts to take stock of 100 years of work in improving safety and will commence the start of a year of events highlighting the importance of safety and health at work.

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Probate application fees due to rise

Estates may find that they are set to be faced with much higher costs than originally anticipated. The framework for the Probate Court application fees is due to face significant change in the near future.

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Court Fees for dealing with the Estate of a Deceased Person

At present the court fee for a grant is £155 if the application for it is made by a solicitor. It is £215 if the application for a grant is made by an individual. These fees apply to estates worth more than £5,000.

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Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) to be Introduced... http://www.fionabruce.co.uk/home/private-client-solutions/wills-inheritance-and-powers-of-attorney/
National Stress Awareness Day, 7th November 2018

The first Wednesday in November each year is National Stress Awareness Day, a day when we can reflect on our own health and well-being and seek advice or support on managing stress.

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2018 Budget Headlines

Yesterday (29th October) Philip Hammond delivered his third Budget as chancellor, which was widely broadcast across the media, including BBC News. Some of the key points our clients might be interested in are…

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International Women's Day 2018

In 1922, four women passed the Law Society exams and it was Miss Carrie Morrison who was the first female to be admitted as a solicitor. Now, nearly a century later, women account for over half of the admissions to the profession.

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In the News: Flowers and the Sale of Goods Act

It's always disappointing when an ordered products arrives faulty. If you find yourself in this situation you may be protected under the Sale and Supply of Goods Act 1994 and therefore may be able to claim your money back.

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