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October 26, 2021

Employline – Your online HR department

Running a business is a constant juggling act, balancing growth and development, administration, sales, and of course, staff. Unless you’ve done a business degree, none of this really comes naturally, and being the boss can be an incredibly demanding and stressful role, especially when it comes to staff issues. Do you know how to draw […]

Force Majeure & Coronavirus
October 20, 2021

Settlement agreements – what to do when you receive one

If you’ve never heard of a ‘settlement agreement’ before, that’s no surprise. For years, they’ve been known as ‘compromise agreements’ that once signed, prevent an employee from bringing any kind of claim against their employer, including an unfair dismissal claim. These agreements are usually put into action when things are not going well between an […]

October 18, 2021

Can I challenge a will?

A will lays out the last wishes of an individual, including how an estate is to be divided up between the recipients. From property to assets, family heirlooms to token payments to friends or loved ones, wills can be contentious, causing family disputes that go on for years. If an individual challenges a will, the […]

October 14, 2021

Divorce in the forces

Sadly, many marriages and civil partnerships these days still end in divorce, and for those serving in the armed forces, the pressures of one or even both partners being deployed for long periods can put even greater strain on the relationship. Contrary to popular belief, there are no differences between a military couple getting divorced […]

Force Majeure & Coronavirus
October 11, 2021

ABI – When to claim

Any kind of brain injury has a devastating effect on the individual. According to the ABI organisation Headway, someone is taken into hospital with a brain injury every 90 seconds in the UK. An Acquired Brain Injury (or ABI) is debilitating, often life-changing, and can strike at any time. ABI refers to any kind of […]

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Domestic violence – what is coercive control and how can we help?

The stay on possession proceedings has been extended with an important change

Telling children about separation and divorce

Making decisions about divorce when children are involved

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