21 Jan 2020
Michelle Collins, head of our Wills department, explains why most of us have an 'estate' - and why 'estate planning' is so vital.
16 Jan 2020
Our Senior Solicitor, Gary Leverett, warns landlords about the impending Electrical Safety Standard Regulations...
14 Jan 2020
Jane Anderson, head of our Family department, is pleased to announce that the firm is part of a new online scheme that aims to speed up divorce settlements.
21 Nov 2019
Nearly every aspect of an employer/employee relationship is regulated in some way. It is therefore very important to ensure that both employers and employees are complying with the law. As part of Cozens-Hardy’s business support services, we are able to offer assistance with your employment needs in both contentious and non-contentious matters, in particular:
Contracts of Employment
19 Nov 2019
Chloe Edwards, Trainee Solicitor, explains why 'party' walls aren't always worth celebrating...
19 Nov 2019
Ashlie Cox, Trainee Solicitor, takes a look at the key points to consider when buying property at auction.
19 Nov 2019
Claire Nelson, an Associate in our Wills department, considers what happens if the partner with whom you cohabit dies - and you don't have a Will in place...
15 Nov 2019
We were delighted to facilitate a cooking demonstration for clients of local brain injury charity, Headway Norfolk & Waveney, at The Dial House on Wednesday 13th November.
Five members of Headway’s Independent Living Skills cooking sessions were shown how to plan and prepare bespoke meals that promote a healthy diet after brain injury. Each attendee faces specific challenges due to their brain injury; Executive Chef, Andrew Jones, liaised with Headway’s Senior Occupational Therapist, Angela Page, to tailor recipes to each individual
Andrew Jones said:
23 Oct 2019
Leanne Riches, Chartered Legal Executive, highlights the 30 November deadline for new Help to Buy ISAs..
02 Oct 2019
We are thrilled to announce that Lloyd Addison’s Moveable Feast, which we have sponsored for the past nine years, has raised a total of £24,500 for Parkinson’s UK.
In the closest result since the event started twenty years ago, The Black Horse on Earlham Road just pipped The Coach and Horses and Prime to claim the coveted Best Restaurant title, as voted for by Feasters on the night.
Jane Anderson, Senior Partner, Cozens-Hardy LLP: