New legislation will prevent the eviction of commercial tenants until at least 2021, it has been announced.
Government reinstates work from home advice and increases fines for failing to self-isolate
The Prime Minister has reinstated the advice for people to work from home if they can, following an increase in the incidence of Coronavirus in recent weeks.
Staff at Palmers have thanked NHS staff for their hard work and commitment throughout the Coronavirus crisis with a donation of 200 individually-wrapped sweet boxes to be placed in the Wellbeing Room at Basildon Hospital.
Legal access takes off into the cloud
We are excited to announce the launch of an innovative cloud platform, designed to make it easier than ever for people to access our range of legal services.
The High Court has ruled on an inheritance dispute between two siblings over their mother’s £40,000 property.
Eviction hearings are set to resume in courts in England and Wales, with the most serious cases given priority, following a six-month ban on proceedings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What happens if a parent dies without a Will?
The death of a loved one is a challenging time for anyone, and probate disputes following the death of a parent are becoming more common, but what happens if a parent dies without a Will?
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The situation surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected us all in many different ways but it is not affecting our ability to fulfil our clients’ needs. At Palmers Solicitors, the health and well-being of our clients, visitors and colleagues continues to be paramount.
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has announced a new job protection scheme and a range of new business support measures.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has been writing to thousands of employers, asking them to review the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) claims they have already made for errors – often without specifying what is wrong with the claim or indicating which claim is incorrect.