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Why every parent should have a Will

17th November 2017

A recent study by the charity Will Aid found that more than half of parents in the UK with dependent children under the age of 18 haven’t yet made a Will. The study revealed that 53% of mums and dads hadn’t got around to writing this important document, naively thinking that it doesn’t matter too much because they don’t have…

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Nottinghamshire law firm aims to smash fundraising efforts for Will Aid 2017

25th October 2017

The Newark and Mansfield offices of Tallents Solicitors are aiming high this year in an attempt to beat their previous fundraising efforts for the charity Will Aid. Tallents Solicitors in Nottinghamshire signed up to the annual Will Aid scheme last year and its lawyers wrote wills for local people in exchange for a donation. Tallents Solicitors…

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Business & Property Courts launched to resolve disputes

25th October 2017

To streamline court-based business dispute resolution, the High Court’s business specialist courts will now come together under one umbrella term, namely the “Business & Property Courts of England and Wales” (B&PCs). In addition to the main court in London, which is also the largest dedicated business dispute resolution centre in the world, there will also be five regional courts in…

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Alistair Millar and June Howsam raising funds for the Newark Hospital Dementia Ward Appeal

Tallents supports Friends of Newark Hospital

16th October 2017

As part of their commitment to the community, Tallents Solicitors was delighted to be able to offer £250 as the first prize in the Friends of Newark Hospital raffle. The Friends of Newark Hospital and Sherwood Forest Hospitals Charity are aiming to raise £105,000 towards Newark Hospital Dementia Care Appeal, which wants to make the Sconce Ward more dementia friendly.…

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Mythbusting grounds for divorce

20th September 2017

From September 2017, court forms will be simpler to complete for those wishing to apply for a divorce without using a solicitor. But the changes only apply to the language being used, not the grounds for divorce or the divorce law itself. Family lawyer, Helen Shaw from Tallents Solicitors in Mansfield, looks at the law governing divorce in more detail.…

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