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If you rent property in Wales, whether in the public or private sector, you might know the Renting Homes (Wales) Act was due to come into force on 15 July.
This has now been postponed until 1 December 2022.
The deadline is approaching to register your trusts with the UK Trust Registration Service (TRS).
We have two big bits of news for you this month. We’re moving, and we’ve launched a new website quoting tool and matching app for our clients who are buying or selling residential property.
New divorce laws come into effect on 6 April 2022. It’s important to be aware of the changes and the best way to ensure you are financially secure after getting divorced.
In November, it was announced that Britney Spears has been able to end the conservatorship she’d been under for nearly 14 years. In the US, this role is also called guardianship. We know it as a Deputyship.
No-fault divorce becomes law on 6 April.
We’re happy to announce that, once again, teams from Harrisons LLP have been listed on the Legal 500 Guide. This gives you reassurance that, when you choose a solicitor from Harrisons, you’re getting expertise of the highest possible standard.
This article explains some of the things employers can do to protect jobs, grow your business, re-organise, diversify, or (in the worst case scenario) get insolvency advice.
Do you need a financial consent order when you get divorced? The straightforward answer to this question is “Yes”. Whether you have many assets or no assets at all, in general, we recommend that all divorcing couples submit a financial consent order with the Court.
Setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a really good idea.