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Initial fixed fee family law meeting

24th May 2019
initial fixed fee family law meeting in Newark

At Tallents Solicitors, we understand that the thought of running up large legal bills can be worrying.

So, to make things easier to understand, we offer a fixed fee for an initial fixed fee family law meeting with one of our experienced family law solicitors at our Newark office, for only £100 plus VAT.

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No-fault evictions to be banned in England

9th May 2019
No-fault evictions to be banned in England

In an attempt to give tenants more long-term housing security and stability, the government has announced its intention to scrap Section 21 notices for evictions, writes Ross Pierrepont, a lawyer at Tallents Solicitors in Newark.

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Tallents Solicitors named in list of highest UK achievers for national charity campaign

2nd May 2019
Tallents Solicitors raises money for Will Aid

Tallents Solicitors is delighted to have raised over £7,000 for charity this year after taking part in a will-writing campaign, making them the 2nd top fundraiser for Will Aid in the East Midlands.

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Private Client legal team strengthens at Tallents Solicitors

23rd April 2019
Gemma Hardwick joins the private client team at Tallents Solicitors in Southwell

Tallents Solicitors is delighted to welcome Gemma Hardwick to their Southwell office as a Chartered Legal Executive. Gemma will be working alongside solicitors Elizabeth Rees and Sarah Allen in the Private Client department.

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Do I need a licence to play music in my business?

18th April 2019
Do I need a licence to play music in my business?

There are many regulations and laws that small business owners need to be aware of and one that we see many fall foul of is not having the correct licences to play music on their premises, writes Mandeep Kaur, a commercial lawyer at Tallents Solicitors in Newark.

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