Percy Hughes & Roberts Solicitors' Blog

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

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

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

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16 Feb
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The legalities of cohabitation

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

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

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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.

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