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Andrew & Co Helps Primary Pupils Explore the World of Work

Catriona Wheeler
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Catriona Wheeler, a commercial property expert at Andrew & Co Solicitors, visited children at Ermine Primary Academy recently to speak to them about the legal profession.     The school invited Catriona to share her experiences of working...

Homes fit for Humans - The Law

Nigel Bescoby
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Are you a Landlord or Tenant - updated Homes Act 2018 explains new amendments about homes being fit for purpose and human habitation. Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 Nigel Bescoby reports on the new above legislation:-     The...

Will I have to go to court for my divorce?

Mikaela Rogerson
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I am scared - I need a divorce but don't want to go to court. Not everybody has to go to court; in fact, in many divorce cases the parties don't go to court at all.   Attendance at court is very rare and is only necessary when there is a...

Dying Matters Awareness Week: Administering An Estate

Helen Newson
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During Dying Matters Awareness Week (13 th to 19 th May) we’re asking ‘Are we ready?’ Many people don't want to think about dying but it’s important to plan to make it easier for those you leave behind and ensure your...

Meet the Wills and Estate Planning Team in Lincoln

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Meet our team who will handle your will, powers of attorney and help you plan your wishes.  We will help you sort out the details so your loved ones won't have to.  Alongside us are St Barnabas Hospice Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire Co-op...

Increase in Compensation Limits for some Employment Law Claims

Elizabeth Kirkham
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Compensation Limits for employment law claims may be changing in some instances.  These increases came into effect in April 2019.   In some employment law claims, the employee's weekly pay needs to be calculated in order to calculate the...

National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage

Elizabeth Kirkham
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From 1 April 2019, new rates have been introduced for the National Minimum Wage and the National Living Wage.    The National Minimum Wage is the minimum hourly rate of pay most workers will receive if they are aged between School leaving age and...

Andrew & Co & St Barnabas Take Matters into Their Own Hands

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As part of Dying Matters Awareness Week (13 th to 19 th May), Andrew & Co Solicitors  will be asking people if they are ready for their own death or that of a loved one. The firm’s Wills and Estate Planning team will be supporting St...

Pensions and Divorce - What is a CEV?

Mikaela Rogerson
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My solicitor has said I need to get an up-to-date CEV of my pension. What is this and is it necessary? In order for a couple to reach an agreement regarding their finances following a decision to separate or divorce they are required to tell each other...

Dying Matters Awareness Week - Making a Will

Helen Newson
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Many people die without a will, which can sometimes lead to difficulties and family disputes. By making a will, you can ensure that your estate will be dealt with by people you trust, and pass to those you wish.

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