Charity ordered to pay £12,350 in unfair dismissal case
A charity has been ordered to pay £12,350 in an unfair dismissal case after a former employee was made redundant in April 2018.
Applications for power of attorney have doubled to 3,850,000 in the last three years, allowing more people to take control of loved one’s affairs in the event of ill health.
What happens if I am caught up in a property dispute?
Whether you are a landlord, tenant or a homeowner, being involved in a property dispute can be a stressful and difficult time if you do not have the right advice to hand.
Construction firm fined after worker killed
A construction company has been fined and one of its employees sentenced after a worker was struck by an excavator, resulting in a fatal injury.
The Government is undertaking a consultation on parental leave entitlements, as it seeks views on possible changes to the system.
A new investigation has found that around half of dads who have accepted their parental leave allocation have been discriminated against in the workplace.
The stepdaughters of a couple who were found dead at their home are embroiled in a legal dispute over who is entitled to approximately £300,000 in inheritance.
Mortgage approvals in the UK rose by 0.6 per cent between May and June, according to the latest home lending market monitor report published by chartered surveyors, e.surv.
New proposals are being put forward which could provide additional safeguards during the process of putting in place a Lasting Power of Attorney.
Workers will receive compensation for lost shifts as a part of the Government’s Good Work Plan proposals.