Percy Hughes & Roberts Solicitors' Blog

27 May
garethedwards

Are things finally looking up for the UK's first-time buyers?

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22 Apr
markbland

With the debate over zero-hours contracts forming an integral part of the election campaign, we thought we would take a closer look at what they are and how they work.

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10 Apr
markbland

The National Minimum Wage for workers over the age of 21 is set to rise to £6.70 in October, but the National Living Wage remains much higher. What does this mean?

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01 Apr
admin

Could Kathleen Wyatt’s victory in the Supreme Court have wider implications for divorce claims?

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30 Mar
admin

Tomorrow will signal the start of a significant change in employment law that will force all companies to pay attention, regardless of their size.

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26 Mar
markbland

In one sense this story is in no way controversial. An employee is guilty of assaulting a colleague requiring him to attend A and E. The assault is accompanied by sustained foul mouthed ranting at the victim, which is heard by all and sundry within t...

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24 Mar
garethedwards

New Help to Buy ISA aims to give first-time buyers much-needed financial assistance.

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09 Mar
garethedwards

Is a gift ever really a gift when it comes to house purchase?

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16 Feb
admin

The legalities of cohabitation

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30 Jan
markbland

Be Careful What You Sign (Or Who You Authorise to Sign For You)

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