UK families are being urged to consider the benefits of setting up a deed of variation (DOV), which may be able to help families to resolve difficult Inheritance Tax (IHT) issues after the death of a loved one.
New figures released this week show record levels of crime in the last year across the West Midlands and Staffordshire.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) consider data loss, breaches or misuse to be the number one potential threat they face this year, a new study suggests.
The wife of a multi-millionaire banker who discovered that her husband had taken his mistress to an office party has won the right to divorce him in England following a long-running legal battle.
Families are being reminded to always seek specialist legal advice when setting up a Will, in order to avoid unforeseen fees or complications later down the line.
An interesting new study has pinpointed the UK’s ‘top commercial property hotspots’ in terms of tenant demand and investment volumes.
The recent relaxation of motorway regulations could cause confusion for learner drivers, according to Mander Hadley’s motoring law expert. The new law, which came into force on 4 June, means that holders of provisional driving licences may drive on the
A landmark case in the Supreme Court has found that a worker was unlawfully labelled as self-employed instead of as a worker for the company. Gary Smith, a former heating engineer for the company was successful in his claim against
It has been revealed that veteran entertainer, Sir Bruce Forsyth, left almost his entire £11.5 million fortune to his wife Wilnelia, meaning that his estate avoided costly Inheritance Tax (IHT) duties. Sir Bruce’s six children were left with virtually nothing,
A new report has revealed the UK is leaving medical and care preferences to chance. The report from Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE), following research by the Centre for Future Studies, highlights the ever-increasing number of people living with dementia