If you are a partner, director, sole trader or business owner your business could be at risk. No one likes to think that something could happen to them, however have you considered what would happen to your business if you did lose capacity? Under Section 2 of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 it is stated.
Avery Emerson prides itself in having a wide society of groups in connection with its Law Firm. 2016 saw the launch of a new one day event for The Sole Practitioners Group. The occasion was organised with a view to enabling and giving a collective voice to the members and officers of SPG whereby the.
The 21st Annual Sole Practitioners Group (‘SPG’) Conference was hosted in Prague, led by the then Chairman and the Principle Solicitor of Avery Emerson, Sukhjit Ahluwalia. This year’s annual conference with the theme of the Practice of Excellence. It was almost 18 months to the day from SPGs last Conference in Birmingham 2015. The.
Decisions made by banks that do not understand our business models continue to impact adversely on sole practitioner firms, writes Sukhjit Ahluwalia. We all know that the approach of mortgage lenders to managing their residential conveyancing panels has led to challenges for the profession as a whole. However, for sole practitioner conveyancers, this has meant.