Unlocking leasehold land for development

­­With the country’s housing crisis innovative options are emerging for increasing the supply of housing. At first glance acquiring a historic long lease of a property which restricts the property’s use to commercial use only, may appear to...

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Cycling Safety

Whilst training for Ride London this year, I decided to join a whole load of cycling groups on social media. Hurrah! I had found a rare slice of social media that was both encouraging and supportive as well as having a wealth of helpful information....

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Pensions on Divorce

A pension is often the largest capital asset after the equity in the family home within a marriage or civil partnership. Pensions can be complex and confusing at the best of times. It is therefore important to give pensions proper consideration when...

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Purchase and Sale of Business

The purchase or sale of a business is likely to be one of the most complex transactions which the shareholders in a company, or owners of an unincorporated business, are likely to be involved in. The level of complexity will vary from one business...

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Family Breakdown – Where to Start?

Upon a relationship breakdown, when faced with a mix of emotions, upset and anxiety, it is often difficult to know where to start in terms of sorting out the most pressing worries (“…will I be able to stay in my own home and if so, how will I...

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