Percy Hughes & Roberts Solicitors' Blog

20 Nov
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It is a very harsh reality that the number of people living with dementia is increasing rapidly.

Categories: Miscellaneous
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31 Oct
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Discovering an issue with your rented property can be extremely distressing for any resident, but when the landlord fails to carry out their duty and doesn't help you to resolve the issue, the situation can be exacerbated.

Categories: Landlord And Tenant
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23 Oct
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It can be all too common for landlords to fall at the first hurdle, but PHR Solicitors can help to avoid this.

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16 Oct
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The decision to become a landlord should not be taken lightly. If you believe this career path is a walk in the park, then think again.

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08 Oct
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From October 1st2014, the husband, civil partner or partner of the expectant mother will gain the right to unpaid time off, allowing them to attend up to two antenatal appointments. As part of wider plans rolled out by the government, this will give ...

Categories: Employment
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06 Oct
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Percy Hughes & Roberts is with you every step of the way if you have been injured through no fault of your own.

Categories: Personal Injury
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02 Oct
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People who are suffering from dementia in the UK are facing unfair taxes because they have been left to arrange most of their care themselves.

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02 Oct
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October 1st 2014 was an important date in any business's calendar. From this day, the UK's National Minimum Wage will rise to £6.50 per hour, affecting more than one million employees, who will see their pay increase by up to £355 each year.

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27 Dec
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This year we witnessed several major changes that are set to have wide-reaching effects into 2014, and beyond. As 2013 draws to a close we have decided to take a look at some of the most significant changes to legislation that came into effect over t...

Categories: Legislations
Tags: Legislation, 2013
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24 Jul
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For the first time in the history of Employment Tribunals the Government are introducing fees to the Employment Tribunal system. The fees, which come into force on the 29th July 2013, represent a significant departure from the existing system, in wh...

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