Does a Prenuptial Agreement Have to be Signed 21 or 28 Days Before Marriage?

If you are looking for more information on what a prenuptial agreement is, please visit our dedicated page or contact our family law solicitors in Brighton and Hove. How Long Before the Marriage Ceremony Does the Prenuptial Agreement Need to be Signed? There’s...

Can an Employee Get Statutory Notice Pay When on a Career Break? Our Employment Solicitors Advise

What is Statutory Notice Pay? Our employment solicitors in Brighton and Hove would typically advise on 2 types of notice. The first is statutory notice pay. Under the statutory notice pay legislation, your employer is required to give you a certain minimum notice...

What Happens to Section 21 Notices Served Before the Coronavirus Act 2020 Came into Force?

What is Section 21? Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 specifies the procedure for serving a notice to recover possession of a property that you have rented to tenants. It specifically relates to assured shorthold tenancy agreements. What is the Coronavirus Act 2020?...

Can a codicil to will revive a will that has been revoked?

The short answer is, yes, according to section 22 of the Wills Act 1837 a codicil to will can revive a will that has been revoked if the codicil has been written in relation to the revoked will. Codicils effectively create a new will that supersedes any existing will,...

What is Judicial mediation in employment disputes before an employment tribunal?

Employment disputes can arise for a number of reasons, can be costly to resolve and extremely stressful for all parties involved. Most people know what employment tribunals are, so when our employment law solicitors meet clients for the first time, our top priority is...
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