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A Licence to Thrill?

Posted on 11th January 2017 in Parks

If you show films, TV shows or sports on your holiday and residential park for the enjoyment of customers, you will require a licence to do so.

Posted by

Paul Kelly

Partner and Solicitor

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Staying contact and child maintenance payments

Posted on 02nd January 2017 in Family Law

If you are a parent and in the process of separation then you will need to think carefully about the arrangements for each of you to spend time with your children following the separation.

Posted by

Tracy Lambert

Partner and Solicitor

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What rate of VAT is payable?

Posted on 12th October 2016 in Parks

We receive many queries from park owners about whether they are classed as business or domestic customers when selecting an energy contract.

Posted by

Kirsty McLennan

Associate and Solicitor

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What Are the Grounds for Disputing a Will?

Posted on 26th September 2016 in Dispute Resolution

A will can be disputed for the following reasons:

Posted by

Martin Laver

Partner and Solicitor

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September Often Prompts New Beginnings And Is Notoriously Busy For Divorce Solicitors

Posted on 06th September 2016 in Family Law

Frequently, separating couples choose September as the time to address their divorce issues and as a result many divorce solicitors see a sharp rise in the number of new enquiries they receive.

Posted by

Tracy Lambert

Partner and Solicitor

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Pre-Nuptial Agreements

Posted on 29th March 2016 in Family Law

People planning to enter a marriage or civil partnership sometimes decide to enter into a Pre-Nuptial Agreement (‘pre-nup’) that states what they intend to happen to their money and property if the marriage or civil partnership were to end.

Posted by

Aimee Aspinall

Chartered Legal Executive

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Making a divorce as painless as possible, financially and mentally

Posted on 14th January 2016 in Family Law

The start of the New Year is traditionally the busiest time for divorce with couples deciding the New Year is a good time to split up and make a fresh start.

Posted by

Aimee Aspinall

Chartered Legal Executive

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Separation and Divorce: Practical Advice

Posted on 08th January 2016 in Family Law

January very often sees a spike in couples contemplating separation and divorce. Telephoning a family lawyer can be a daunting prospect and so Tozers Family Law Specialists offer some practical advice to assist you on your way to deciding what you want to achieve.

Posted by

Aimee Aspinall

Chartered Legal Executive

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Agricultural use – v- Equestrian – Is there a difference and does it matter?

Posted on 02nd November 2015 in Dispute Resolution

You own land which you want to use for equestrian purposes. You need to be aware of the planning legislation on keeping horses on agricultural land. Failure to comply with the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (TCPA) could result in enforcement action.

Posted by

Jill Headford

Partner and Solicitor

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#Trademark?

Posted on 06th August 2015 in Intellectual Property

The great benefit of social media as a marketing tool is its immediate and powerful market reach. The use of hashtags (words and phrases preceded by the ‘#’ symbol to identify and search for trending topics) has become a popular method of consumer engagement.

Posted by

Jill Headford

Partner and Solicitor

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Why have a website privacy policy?

Posted on 09th June 2015 in Intellectual Property

Website privacy policies are often ignored or copied from a competitor.  This approach fails to recognise the value that a privacy policy can have to a business as well as the huge risk of failing to comply with data protection legislation.

Posted by

Jill Headford

Partner and Solicitor

Insights

Are you required to pay council tax on staff accommodation?

Posted on 29th May 2015 in Parks

If you provide staff accommodation in caravans on your holiday park and your employees have to occupy the accommodation for the better performance of their duties then those caravans could be included in your business rates rather than being assessed for council tax.  Business rates are usually cheaper than council tax. 

Posted by

Melanie Burton

Partner and Chartered Legal Executive