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Being Made Redundant

February 26 2020

Losing a job, especially if you have been with a firm for a long time can be a difficult and traumatic experience. However, knowing your rights at this time will be of some assistance and will help remove a little of the extra burden at the very least....

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Understanding Constructive And Unfair Dismissal Claims

February 26 2020

Employees have the right not to be unfairly dismissed under the Employment Rights Act 1996. If an employee was employed on or after 6 April 2012 they need to have at least two years of continuous service to be eligible to lodge a claim. However, this...

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How Much Does A Divorce Cost In The UK?

February 26 2020

With public funding, otherwise known as legal aid, being cut for family law cases including divorce, and only those involving domestic violence being exempt, this will inevitably have an effect on the way family matters are dealt with in the future. The...

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Fathers Wanting Access To Children - An Overview

February 26 2020

Being a father of children yet not living with them can be deeply traumatic and one only has to look at the campaign group Fathers 4 Justice to see how desperate some fathers get if they cannot have access to their children. Fathers rights do not really...

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Forced Marriages: An Overview

February 26 2020

The statistics on forced marriages are worrying with around 14 million girls under the age of 18 marrying, while in Britain alone at least 10% of adolescents marry under the age of 18. The Forced Marriage Unit in the UK gave advice or support in relation...

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Health And Safety At Work

February 26 2020

All employees should be able to work in an environment where their health and safety is properly controlled and regulated by health and safety laws, with most of the responsibility being faced by the employer. Workers do have a duty to take care of their...

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Inheritance Tax Explained

February 26 2020

Many people have limited knowledge of inheritance tax but it is a very important issue to consider when making a will. Taking it into account or failing to do so can either save your loved ones thousands of pounds or cost them a great deal of money. Definition...

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A Legal Guide To Rest Breaks

February 26 2020

Many employees may be completely unaware of the rules relating to rest breaks at work, what they are entitled to, how long the breaks should last, issues such as this. It is always worth knowing what your rights are. There are issues which determine the...

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Returning To Work After Maternity Leave

February 26 2020

New mothers returning to work after time out to care for their new child do have employment rights and responsibilities and they should be aware of them to make sure their employer is acting in the right way. Statutory maternity leave lasts for a maximum...

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The Role Of The Executor

February 26 2020

The executor’s job has been described as both an honour and a burden. Their job is to sort out a person’s estate once they have died. It is essentially “To collect, get in and administer according to the law the estate of the deceased” in accordance with...

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