January 2013

Preparing for a meeting with a family lawyer

January 14, 2013

Meeting with a solicitor for the first time can be overwhelming, particularly if you’re dealing with a sensitive case and require the services of a family solicitor. Putney to Glasgow, Manchester to Cardiff – wherever you are, it’ll always be a bit scary. However it doesn’t have to be, as long as you prepare properly. […]

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How the Banks Contracted Out of their Regulatory Obligations

January 6, 2013

There has been much publicity regarding the recent agreement between the banks and the Financial Services Authority (FSA) regarding the mis-selling of interest rate swap agreements to SMEs. In an effort to protect their image and avoid another claims management company boom, the banks allegedly admitted their failings in the selling of these agreements to […]

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What The Proposed Bankruptcy Law Reform Means for Trust Deeds/Sequestration

January 5, 2013

On the 1st of November, the Scottish Government published their response to the Consultation on Bankruptcy Law Reform to outline a range of reforms they plan to take forward in a Bill for Parliament. So what does this mean for insolvency practitioners and for the consumers looking to become insolvent and clear their debts? The […]

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