Survivors of domestic abuse will be used to shape the future of family courts, a new report has revealed.
Pension rights for couples in same-sex marriages and civil partnerships will be better aligned with those in opposite-sex marriages, the Government has revealed.
The current ‘seven-year rule’ for Inheritance Tax (IHT) could be cut to five years according to proposals outlined in a review ordered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
“Most small businesses” are unaware of new EU payment rules to be rolled out from September 2019, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has warned.
The Government will extend civil partnerships to opposite-sex couples by the end of this year, a report has revealed.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has found that covert recording is not always misconduct, clarifying the rules following a judgement in Phoenix House V Stockman.
The current volume of family law cases is “‘unprecedented” and “unsustainable”, a leading expert has revealed.
Cybersecurity issues threaten more than half of merger and acquisition (M&A) deals, a new study has revealed.
Reports suggest that TV chef Paul Hollywood has agreed to pay his former partner an estimated £5 million as part of their divorce settlement.
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