How do I get to see my children?January 9th 2021
Most parents don’t need a court order setting out the arrangements for them to see their children. We would recommend that any separating parents try to agree the arrangements before the separation and tell the children together what is going to happen.
What personal injury compensation am I entitled to?January 3rd 2021
If you are successful in your claim you are entitled to compensation for your injuries to include your pain, suffering and loss of amenity.
Should I buy/sell the shares in a company or just its business and assets?January 3rd 2021
Should I buy/sell the shares in a company or just its business and assets? When selling shares in a company, the entire business, including all assets and liabilities of the company all transfer to the buyer. Sellers tend to prefer this approach as it is a cleaner break for them and ensure they retain no liabilities going forward.A business and asset sale involves only specified business assets and liabilities of…
I think one of our partners is using business assets for his own profit. What can I do?January 1st 2021
Unless otherwise agreed, partnership assets can only be used for the business of that partnership.
Property: What is the difference between exchange of contracts and completion?January 1st 2021
Property: What is the difference between exchange of contracts and completion? At exchange of contracts both parties are bound to the contract and the buyer pays the seller a 10% deposit. Completion is when you actually move home and at that stage the seller has to give vacant possession of the property to the buyer.For more FAQs see here
Personal Injury: Is there a time limit for pursuing my claim?January 1st 2021
Personal Injury: Is there a time limit for pursuing my claim? There is generally a time limit of 3 years from the date of the accident within which court proceedings must be issued. If you fail to do so your claim is statute barred. The situation is different if the injury happened to a child under 18 years or to someone incapable of managing their own affairs. We will provide specific…
Business Dispute: My business partner has signed us up to a contract I don’t agree with. Are we bound by it?January 1st 2021
Business Dispute: My business partner has signed us up to a contract I don’t agree with. Are we bound by it? Probably yes – a partner has the ability to bind the entire firm.However, if you think the contract shouldn’t have been entered into – or you have a written partnership agreement which would limit the ability to enter into contracts of a certain value unilaterally – you might have…
Personal Injury: Will I need to attend Court?January 1st 2021
Personal Injury: Will I need to attend Court? The vast majority of personal injury claims settle without the need to go to Court unless settlement cannot be agreed either in respect of who is responsible for your accident or separately the value of your claim.For more FAQs see here
Business Dispute: Should I have a written partnership agreement?January 1st 2021
Business Dispute: Should I have a written partnership agreement? Yes. In the absence of a written agreement there’s the risk of argument as to what was agreed between the partners, and the law can impose things which you would otherwise never have intended.The costs of trying to fix a problem will be significantly more expensive than having a proper agreement in place at the outset to minimise the risks of…
Business Dispute: What types of company disputes do you deal with?January 1st 2021
Business Dispute: What types of company disputes do you deal with? We deal with a wide spectrum of business disputes, including:- Director disputes- Breach of director duties- Shareholder duties- Breach of shareholder agreements- Unfair prejudice petitions- Minority shareholder protection- Conflicts of interest- Insolvency disputes- LLP and partnership disputesFor more FAQs see here