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EMI share options: How to incentivise key staff

May 21, 2019   |   Written by: David Williams

In this first entry in our corporate advice series, we discuss EMI share options and their potential benefits to corporation and employee alike.

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Conveyancing Advice Part 4: Exchange of Contracts

April 18, 2019   |   Written by: Rachel Gibbs

This is our Conveyancing Advice series, where we’ve been talking about the involved process that is selling a house, the necessary documentation, and how a Conveyancer will help guide proceedings. In this, the final part, we’re talking about the end ...

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‘No fault divorce’ introduced – biggest change in Divorce Law in 50 years

April 17, 2019   |   Written by: Lauren Jones

The government has finally announced plans to introduce ‘no fault divorce’, which means divorcing couples no longer have to blame each other for the breakdown of their marriage. The reform to the divorce law was announced by Secretary David Gauke ...

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Conveyancing Advice Part 3: Setting a timescale for completion

April 9, 2019   |   Written by: Saima Razaq

As part of our commitment to provide expert advice in legal matters for concerned customers, we’re providing advice on the often-complex matter of conveyancing. In the previous entries, we’ve discussed specifics of the buyer’s responsibility to provide proof of funds, ...

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A Guide to Getting Divorced with Young Children Part 3: The Family Court hearing process

April 8, 2019   |   Written by: Nigel Smith

This is the final part of our 3-part series on the proceeds of divorce with children. So far, we have covered the three different court orders available in detail in Part 1: What orders can the Court make? Then, we ...

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Conveyancing Advice Part 2: What does a conveyancer do?

April 2, 2019   |   Written by: Rachel Gibbs

This is the second entry in our four-part conveyancing advice blog series, where we hope to shed some light on the complex transaction that is the sale of a house. Last time, we discussed the buyer’s responsibility to provide proof ...

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Conveyancing Advice Part 1: Providing Proof of Funds

March 18, 2019   |   Written by: Saima Razaq

At Astle Paterson, we know that there is a lot at stake when buying or selling a house. The process is complex, and it can be difficult to understand what exactly is required of you. In order to clear the ...

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A Guide to Getting Divorced with Young Children Part 2: How to make a Child Court Order

March 12, 2019   |   Written by: Nigel Smith

In part 2 of this 3-part series, we look at how to make a child court order. The type of order you would submit depends on your individual circumstances. We have covered the three different court orders available in detail ...

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A Guide to Getting Divorced with Young Children Part 1: What orders can the Court make?

March 7, 2019   |   Written by: Nigel Smith

If you’re getting divorced with young children, you should be aware of the Children Act, which handles disputes that can arise when deciding child care arrangements. This guide is a three-part series concentrating on parents bringing or objecting to an ...

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Selling your business – Is it the right next step?

February 7, 2019   |   Written by: David Williams

You have a successful business, and it feels great! You can see that the business that you started and have worked so hard to develop is now achieving its goals. The question now is – what next? The first and ...

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