Tallents Solicitors achieved Lexcel accreditation again
May 14, 2020
All Tallents Articles Mark Hawkins

Tallents Solicitors passes Lexcel accreditation once more

Tallents Solicitors is delighted to have retained their Lexcel accreditation for another year. Each year, Tallents Solicitors continues to develop its practice management and improve on their...

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Make a Will in November and support Will Aid
May 4, 2020
Trust and probate Wills

Writing a will during lockdown

The sad fact that the coronavirus does not discriminate in its victims, taking the young and healthy, as well as the elderly and those with underlying health conditions, has led to an increase in...

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coronavirus child arrangement orders
April 16, 2020
Andrew Stout Children law Family law

Coronavirus Crisis: Guidance on compliance with Family Court Child Arrangement Orders

Parents, whose children are the subject of Child Arrangements Orders made by the Family Court, have been understandably concerned about their ability to meet the requirements of these court orders...

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Can I still move house during the coronavirus pandemic?
April 9, 2020
Alistair Millar Property law

Can I still move house during the coronavirus pandemic?

“Can I still move house?” is a question we are being frequently asked by clients during the lockdown, says Alistair Millar, Head of...

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Alistair Millar discusses why farming partnerships need to clearly define who owns partnership assets via a partnership agreement
March 30, 2020
Agricultural law Alistair Millar

Agricultural tenancies and diversification

Agricultural tenancies and diversification With significant challenges being faced by tenant farmers in a post-Brexit world, could diversification be a solution to secure the sustainability...

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Free phone in family law clinic from Tallents Solicitors
March 30, 2020
Andrew Stout Family law Family law Specialisms

Phone in for free family law advice

The popular FREE family law clinic usually held by Tallents Solicitors on Tuesday evenings at their their Southwell office on Westgate from 5-7pm is moving to a phone-based service during the...

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Coronavirus - will I get paid if I self-isolate? Advice from the employment law specialists at Tallents Solicitors
March 23, 2020
All Tallents Articles

Coronavirus / COVID 19 – remote working at Tallents Solicitors

We are still open for business, however following the advice of our government we're now closing the offices to the general public and clients. We hope that this will not impede or interfere with our...

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Cohabit, civil partnership or marriage? What you need to know about the relationship choices available to mixed-sex couples in 2020
March 20, 2020
Andrew Stout Family law Family law Specialisms Southwell

Cohabit, civil partnership or marriage?

What you need to know about the relationship choices available to mixed-sex couples in 2020 For mixed-sex couples wishing to put their relationship on a more legal footing, 2020 is the first...

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Coronavirus - will I get paid if I self-isolate? Advice from the employment law specialists at Tallents Solicitors
February 27, 2020
Employment law Employment law Specialisms

Coronavirus – will I get paid if I self-isolate?

There has been conflicting advice for employees and employers regarding coronavirus in the UK and employment lawyer, Ross Pierrepont from...

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