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Important changes to RTA claims

After much delay and debate, we finally have a date! The whiplash reforms are due to come into force on the 31st May 2021 – and they mean big changes for Claimants!  What is a whiplash injury? A whiplash injury is one of the most common claims following a road traffic accident. Symptoms can vary…

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Using Will Power to help Maggie’s and support people with cancer

Gloucestershire’s premier law firm Tayntons has teamed up with charity Maggie’s Cheltenham, to raise awareness of the benefits of leaving legacies to charities in your Will. Maggie’s provides access to cancer support, advice, and respite on a drop-in basis for as long as that person may need, with no appointment or referral necessary, to people in…

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A-Z of legal terms

A-Z Glossary – click here to download A: Assignment of a lease Commercial tenants are usually locked into a lease for a set period of time. If you no longer need the premises, it may be open to you to assign the lease to a new tenant if the lease permits this and your landlord…

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Using Will Power to become a Heart Hero

Gloucestershire’s premier law firm Tayntons has teamed up with South West charity Heart Heroes, to raise awareness of the benefits of leaving legacies to charities in your Will. Heart Heroes provide services for children with congenital heart disease and heart problems, to help them meet others who are in similar situations. Run entirely by volunteers,…

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Separating couples and disputes over property entitlements?

Unfortunately, experience within this field continues to demonstrate that there is a common misconception between unmarried couples that they have the same rights financially as married couples. This is often referred to as “common law marriage”. Following the breakdown of a relationship cohabiting couples are not protected by the same law that applies to married…

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Can my ex relocate and take my child with them?

It can be very distressing after a separation to find out that your ex-partner wishes to move to a different part of the country. There is no legal requirement for them to obtain the consent of the court to a move, so if you are concerned about the proposed relocation, you should consider your options….

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