Leigh on Sea News

Legal Eagle Q & A: Is it only marriage that means money in the event of death?

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GDPR comes to Leigh on sea!

If you belong to an organisation,  subscribe to a website, or have an ongoing contract with a business, and particularly if you run a business or organisation, you will have heard these 4 words and know that 25 May 2018 is the crucial date on which it comes into effect

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Legal Eagle Q & A: The revisiting of matrimonial finances

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Legal Eagle Q & A: How do Wills apply when extended family are involved?

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Legal Eagle: Are there new laws for landlords that are protecting people from becoming homeless?

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Leigh Advice for Gardeners?

Spring is finally here – Leigh Library Gardens says so! The daffodils are out, as they are in Leigh’s other beauty spots - along Marine Parade, Two Tree Island and the many lovely gardens in the area

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Legal Eagle Q & A: Early leave settlements in employment

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Legal Eagle Q & A: When an investment property crosses the family line

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March - the month of tax saving tips!

March is always a significant month in the family calendar as we cover Mother’s Day and Easter, it is the beginning of Spring, the clocks go back and we celebrate St David’s Day and St Patrick’s Day

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Legal Eagle Q & A: Fence boundaries and your legal rights

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Legal Eagle Q & A: Right's on name changing


When seperations take place, what right's are there to children's name changing?

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Votes for Women in Leigh on sea!

On 6 February 2018 it will be exactly 100 years since some women were granted the right to vote in the UK for the first time.

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A Day in January in the Life of a Private Client Solicitor in Leigh

Last night I got in after my first day in the office of 2018 - 2nd January, and reflected upon the day.

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Legal Q&A: Icy Paths & Liability

As a householder would I be liable if the postman injured himself slipping on ice on my path?

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What is GDPR?

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), which is responsible for enforcement of data protection in the UK, has advised businesses that they need to prepare.

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Legal Eagle Q&A: Wills

An old neighbour of mine has died and in her will she has left me £30k legacy but she went into a care home and there is no money left. What happens?

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Legal Eagle Q & A: Black Friday!

No doubt everyone will be looking to grab themselves a bargin in the Black Friday Sales, but, as a consumer, what are your rights?

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Celebrating International Day of the Older Persons

The 1st of October was Older People’s day and this has come from the UN’s own International Day of the Older Persons

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Legal Eagle: Partners, Property and Protection - who gets what?

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If I own the leasehold of my flat, can I let it out when i'm away?

I own the leasehold of my flat and I am due to go away working for at least 6 months; can I let my flat out?

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