27 Feb 2020
You may have seen a recent article in the press about a horrified landlord spotting their rented property advertised on Booking.com as a holiday let. Gary Leverett from our Litigation department looks at how landlords can prevent this happening in the first place - and what to do if an unwanted sublet takes place...
07 Feb 2020
Associate Sophie Smith discusses how the legal rights of cohabiting couples are very different to those of couples who are married or in a civil partnership.
31 Jan 2020
We have set up a dedicated Court of Protection team.
Headed up by partner Damian Short (head of our litigation department) with private client lawyer, Paige George, this new team will guide clients through the tricky process of applying for a Deputyship Order at what is often a stressful and emotional time.
28 Jan 2020
Associate Claire Nelson explains why changes to the statutory legacy don't negate the need to make a Will...
24 Jan 2020
Changes to some aspects of employment law are due to take effect from 6th April 2020. Employment lawyer Natalie Peacock summarises the changes affecting contracts of employment, pay, tax and agency workers.
Changes to Written Statement of Particulars
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...