JWK Solicitors Blog - Page 7
Between April 2013 and March 2017, the operating costs of the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) came down as more people applied to register a power of attorney and the process became more efficient, but the application fee charged was not reduced... Read More
An Employment Tribunal has decided that Sainsbury’s acted unfairly when it dismissed one of its employees for persistently wearing headphones while working.
Victor Onyike had worked for the retailer for several years as a commercial assistant in the delivery yard. It was classified as a high-risk area because of the number of lorries crossing and reversing to unload. Read More
At the centre of it all must be our families; everyone wants to protect their loved ones, both now and in the future. Read More
30/01/18 Author: Michele Wright
Many people now draw up a pre-nuptial agreement, so their marriage is based on a solid financial foundation right from the start. ‘Pre-nups’, as they are commonly known, state how a couple’s assets should be divided if the marriage... Read More
The mother and her late husband had 11 children. The two sisters and their brother became estranged from the rest of the family following an argument. They then informed the police that they had been sexually abused by their father when they were... Read More