Our Spring 2018 newsletter has arrived!

We are delighted to announce the release of our Spring 2018 newsletter, your one-stop shop for the latest in Astle Paterson news.

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The newsletter contains highlights from the editorial output of our legal experts, spotlighting several favourite recent news items:

5 things you should know before buying a New Build home

If you’re stepping into the market for a New Build home, it’s important that you don’t go in blind. That’s why Naomi Wilson, our Head of Residential Conveyancing, wrote some pointers on what you should know before you make that all-important decision on your new house.

Divorce advice blog series

Divorce proceedings can be a disorienting process in an already emotionally charged moment in our clients’ lives, so we set out to clarify the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions, including:

  • Can I legally get divorced?
  • What are the alternatives to divorce?
  • Should I defend against divorce proceedings?

Avoiding cyber crime

Being recently certified for Cyber Essentials, Astle Paterson received advice on dealing with Cyber Crime from Digital PCSO Matt Hough-Clewes. We decided to pass on that advice to our readers, so they could more easily avoid becoming a Cyber Crime victim.

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Procedural Changes for Documents for use in Saudi Arabia

Notaries are primarily concerned with the authentication and certification of signatures and documents for use abroad. Following the authentication and ...

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Conciliation, Conciliation, Conciliation

Fiona Hume, Astle Paterson’s Employment Law specialist, discusses the need to attempt early conciliation in employment disputes. Fiona notes that ...

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High Court revives a struck-out claim – Rules it is not an abuse of process

Fiona Patrick, Trainee Legal Executive in Astle Paterson’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department discusses a recent High Court case with ...

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Marriage Certificates may include Mother’s name

Rayhana Kausar, Graduate Chartered Legal Executive in Astle Paterson’s Family Department discusses the recent BBC report that the “Marriage certificate could include mothers’ ...

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Landlords in Burton upon Trent: You may need to obtain a licence from the Local Authority

Liam O’Shea, Director & Solicitor in Astle Paterson Solicitors’ Litigation & Dispute Resolution department discusses forthcoming requirements for letting a residential property ...

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