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  • Family Law Briefing 2019: Past, Present and the future.

    Family Law Briefing 2019: Past, Present and the future.

    Following a successful series of Family Law briefings we reflect on many of the aspects raised during the presentation and Q&A session. Family law is often associated with divorce, the reality is that family law encompasses a wid...

  • Norfolk's Big Charity Conference

    Norfolk's Big Charity Conference

    At Norfolk's Big Charity Conference on Wednesday 12th June, Clapham & Collinge are delighted to be joined by other specialists in the charity sector to provide a unique insight into the essential questions that trustees need to deal wit...

  • Charities and Trading

    Charities and Trading

    HMRC and the Charity Commission recently updated and reissued their guidance on charities and trading. Finding ways to pay less tax is important for everyone but especially charities with limited budgets. Setting up subsidiary trading compa...

  • ‚ÄčLandlord update: Changes to Landlord and Agents fees

    ‚ÄčLandlord update: Changes to Landlord and Agents fees

    From 1 June 2019 all new tenancies must comply with the Tenant Fees Act 2019 (the 'Act'). Existing tenancies should also be compliant with the Act by 31 May 2020, or will be considered in breach. The Act is intended to limit the payments la...

  • Are DIY Wills to blame for the increase in Probate Disputes?

    Are DIY Wills to blame for the increase in Probate Disputes?

    A recent article by the Law Gazette suggests that DIY Wills are being blamed on the increase of probate disputes. While DIY Wills might seem like a cost effective method, mistakes made in the document could be more susceptible to being cont...

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