Jacksons Law Firm is very excited to have launched its first #WhatsTheLawPod series in October 2019.
Series 1 focusses on those who are setting up a new business or are thinking about expanding and on the 4Ps:
Do you have your terms and conditions in place along with all other important contracts?
Are you moving out of your garage or bedroom and into your first commercial property?
Expanding and need to employ staff? Having employment policies and procedures in place will help protect your business and its reputation.
Getting invoices paid on time will ensure your business stays afloat and that your staff are paid on time.
Series 2 launched in March 2020, looks at buying a new home, moving in with your partner and making a Will.
Are you thinking about buying your first home? Allow us to demystify the conveyancing process and explain the legal terminology so that you can focus on the fun things like choosing colour schemes and new carpets, and most importantly that moving in date.
If you are moving in with your partner, you should consider protecting your assets by having a co-habitation agreement drawn up. You will not have the same property, pensions and inheritance rights if you are not married, and are considered to be a common law partner.
Ensure you have an up to date Will in order to protect yourself and your loved ones. Don’t assume you will inherit everything automatically, particularly if your partner has a family from a previous relationship.
Our Podcasts will offer you solid and practical advice to ensure you and your loved ones have a secure and happy future.
So, what are you waiting for – have a listen now and let us know what you think!
Solicitor, Daniel Tumilty from our Residential Conveyancing team is talking about the conveyancing process of buying a house.
A common view is that ‘young’ people don’t need to make a Will.
In this episode of ‘What’s The Law’ Solicitor, Emma Canham from our Family Law team will be looking at who would benefit from a cohabitation agreement and why cohabitation agreements are important.
Solicitor, Charlotte Alexander from our Corporate and Commercial team is talking about having those all important legal documents in place when setting up a new business. For example, if you go into partnership with someone else it is vital to have the relevant contracts drawn up from the outset.
The business is growing and it is time to move out of your garage or bedroom and into a commercial property.
Your client portfolio is expanding and you need to employ someone to help you keep up with demand. Employment Solicitor, Matthew Rawlinson from our employment team gives advice on employing staff and having policies and procedures in place to protect your business.
Michael Sproates, Solicitor from our Dispute Resolution and Debt Recovery team gives tips on how to ensure clients pay invoices on time to ensure the business is always in the black and what to do if you are finding it difficult recover debt.
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