The Prenup – Necessary in the UK?

The Prenup – Necessary in the UK?

The UK has traditionally had a confused and uncertain relationship with prenuptial agreements. However, cases such as Radmacher v. Granatino – which gave a prenuptial agreement heavy evidential weight – have indicated that the British courts are much more open to enforcing a prenup than in years gone by.

What am I entitled to in a divorce settlement?

What am I entitled to in a divorce settlement?

There’s no easy answer to this question, as most divorces have a large number of moving parts. Property and the family home, any business assets, pensions and investments are just a few of the things that will be taken into account.

The Waitrose Effect

The Waitrose Effect

You may have heard of “the Waitrose Effect” i.e. the impact that living close to a premium brand supermarket can have on house prices in the area.

Putting The Miles In For Wooden Spoon

Putting The Miles In For Wooden Spoon

The early morning runs, aching limbs and blisters won’t stop Craig Aikman who is determined to run the London Marathon in aid Wooden Spoon, the children’s charity of rugby.

The true cost of late payments

The true cost of late payments

The latest figures released by Bacs Payment Schemes Limited have shown that the true cost of late payments to small businesses in the UK is now around £2.16 billion.

Dissolving a civil partnership

Dissolving a civil partnership

Civil partnerships are a relatively new addition to the landscape of legal relationships. It’s only since 2005 that couples in the UK have been able to give notice of the intention to form a civil partnership.

Blackhurst Budd Employee Shows Hidden Talent

Blackhurst Budd Employee Shows Hidden Talent

Lisa Hollamby who works in the firm’s conveyancing department has written a poem which has been chosen by Blackpool and Fylde College to feature on their showcase video below.