Solicitors in Essex

Business News

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Flexible parental leave is on the cards
September 2013

Employers will be keen to hear about developments with the news that parents will be able to share parental leave within the next two years when the relevant parts of the Children and Families Bill become law. Continue reading...

News Article

Flexible parental leave is on the cards
September 2013

Parents will be able to share parental leave within the next two years when the relevant parts of the Children and Families Bill become law. Continue reading...

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Same-sex marriage given the go-ahead
September 2013

Same-sex couples will be allowed to marry in England and Wales after Government proposals became law. Continue reading...

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What individuals need to know about new employee-shareholder contracts
September 2013

From 1 September, employers will be able to offer their staff a new kind of employment contract. Continue reading...

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Inheritance rules set for reform
September 2013

Measures designed to amend how an estate is divided where someone has died without making a will have taken a step towards becoming law. Continue reading...

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‘Silver’ divorces buck trend
September 2013

New figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have highlighted a surge in the number of “silver” divorces. Continue reading...

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‘Silver’ divorces buck trend
September 2013

New figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have highlighted a surge in the number of “silver” divorces. Continue reading...

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IHT receipts hit five-year high
September 2013

Families paid more inheritance tax in the last financial year than at any time since the financial downturn began, new figures have revealed. Continue reading...

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Courts to sanction directors for corporate collapses
August 2013

Business Secretary Vince Cable has outlined plans to give courts the power to make financial sanctions against company directors in corporate collapses. Continue reading...

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