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Yogi Amin

Local Government & Social Care Cuts

A large proportion of a council’s budget is devoted to social care. Social care is an essential part of the fabric of our society....

Joanne Moseley

Brexit - FAQs for EU workers who want to continue to work in the UK

What is Brexit and how does this impact me?  As a result of a referendum in June 2016, the UK Government has started the withdrawal...

Yogi Amin

Families and care home residents have a human right to allow visits

What is becoming apparent during the current lockdown, and generally during the pandemic, is that many of those managing care homes,...

Irwin Mitchell

Investors are about to be forced to buy Tesla - are you one of them?

The S&P 500 committee announced recently that Tesla is going to be added to the S&P 500 index, one of the largest stock market indices in...

Irwin Mitchell

Top tips for managing your finances this Christmas

Christmas is fast approaching and although it can be the most wonderful time of the year, it can also be a period that can put added...

Hannah Braisted

"Covid Divorces" and the benefit of seeking early legal advice

By Vicki Rawlins, Family Law associate at Irwin Mitchell There was an interesting article on the BBC last week about couples who have...

Jodie Buck

Mirror, mirror on the will: children cut out of inheritance by step-mother

A story in the latest Sunday Times highlights the difficult and sad cases that we encounter on a daily basis in the Will, Trust and...

Jodie Buck

Proprietary estoppel decision in favour of surviving spouse upheld on appeal

By Rachael Williams, solicitor in the Will, Trust and Estate Disputes team at Irwin Mitchell The appeal of the case Anaghara v Anaghara...