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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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Matrimonial assets – who has rights to trusts when divorcing?

21st March 2019
Matrimonial assets – who has rights to trusts when divorcing

“Money and matrimonial assets are often hotly disputed during a divorce and even more so when it involves high net worth individuals or family members,” says Helen Shaw, an experienced family law solicitor at Tallents Solicitors in Mansfield.

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Farming in partnership – who owns the partnership assets?

18th March 2019
Alistair Millar discusses why farming partnerships need to clearly define who owns partnership assets via a partnership agreement

“The recent ruling in the case of Wild vs Wild has once again highlighted the importance of carefully written and up to date partnership agreements for farming families, which clearly define who owns the partnership assets,” says Alistair Millar,

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Upcoming employment law changes in 2019 that every employer should know

21st February 2019

Employment law changes in 2019

It’s going to be a busy year for employers in 2019 as there are several key employment law changes occurring throughout the year that every employer should be aware of. Ross Pierrepont, a solicitor from Tallents Solicitors in Newark explains how these will affect anyone running a business with employees.

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