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After recent cases of property fraud have been highlighted, Lawyer Claire Hannaford explains what precautions you can take to lessen the risk with your property:

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The widely reported case of a wife whose request to divorce her husband was rejected by a Judge has brought into sharp focus the continued debate about our fault-based divorce system.

Family lawyer, Cathryn Smith, discusses it here:

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Safe and tested surrogacy destinations are becoming fewer and the associated costs as diverse as their geographical proximity.

With surrogacy on the increase and a number of crucial factors to be considered, Fertility lawyer, Nicola Scott, explores the growing trend of older parents pursuing this alternative route to parenthood for the Huffington Post:

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The Court of Appeal has found that a plumber was entitled to basic worker rights despite being technically self-employed. Employment lawyer, Adrian Poole, explains:

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What rights does a surrogate mother have?

When pursuing a surrogacy arrangement, one of your first concerns is likely to be what legal status the surrogate will have in respect of your child.

Fertility lawyer, Nicola Scott, explains:

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Sort out your financial arrangements on divorcing or risk facing a claim from your former spouse years later, as this recent case highlights:

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The presumption is that all separated parents should see their children – unless there’s a really good reason, as highlighted in this case:

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Can you now rely on expired warnings when dismissing employees? Employment Law Solicitor Sarah Young comments:

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Networking Event: Wellington Business Lunch, +Rumwell Hall, 22nd February

Come along and meet business people from in and around Wellington for a chat over lunch at 12:30pm. There are no speakers and no formal networking obligations, just a chance to meet socially with business people within your community.

Cost: £10 per head to include lunch and soft drink
For catering purposes prebooking is required
To book:

This networking event is supported by Porter Dodson Solicitors & Advisors,
BJDixonWalsh Chartered Accountants and +NatWest

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Seminar: 7th February

Join us to get started with Twitter in Taunton! +Luan Wise will talk you through the how, when and what of tweeting. You will use messaging plan templates to create some content. Useful tools and top tips will be shared, including an overview of Twitter Analytics.
For more info or to book:

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