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The Importance of Obtaining a Financial Order When Divorcing

Posted on 19th May 2022 in Family Law

The no new fault divorce has now come into effect in England and Wales as of 6th April 2022 and it allows for both sole and joint applications by parties, however applying for a divorce does not mean that the financial aspect of the marriage have been dealt with.

Posted by

Sophie Charlton-Rigg

Paralegal
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What should Employers be doing when returning to the office?

Posted on 10th May 2022 in Employment

The pandemic has accelerated the trend of working from home but with the lifting of restrictions and workplaces reopening, employers are now having to think about what approach should be adopted when it comes to future work arrangements.

Posted by

Mai Mbye

Solicitor
Resolution
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