August 18

Divorce, can you file for it?

Unlike the ever so fictitious happily ever after shown in many media forms, not all marriages abide by the ‘till death do us part’ vow. That’s right, marriage isn’t forever. If you’re reading this perhaps your marriage has gone from “I do” to “I don’t want to be married to you anymore”? Let’s start at.

August 11

What you need to know about jury duty

How do I know that I’ve been summoned to act as a juror? You will receive a letter from HM Courts & tribunal Service informing you that you have been summoned. The letter will open with a sentence along the lines of “You have been selected for Jury Service.” The letter will also provide you.

August 10

The additional residence nil rate band

The introduction of the residence nil rate band could mean that combined with the existing nil rate band a married couple could dispose of up to £1m of their estate free of inheritance tax. Generally the situation is that on death the estate is charged: • 0% inheritance tax on the first £325,000. This is.

August 2

Employment Tribunal Fees

The Law Society have hailed that ‘Striking down employment tribunal fees is a victory for the tens of thousands of people denied their rights at work’, the Law Society of England and Wales said today. Anyone in England, Scotland and Wales wanting to pursue a case against their employer has had to previously pay find.