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Is a Premarital Agreement really for everyone?

Most people have heard of premarital agreements, also known as prenuptial agreements/prenups, usually in relation to a celebrity marriage breakdown in tabloid news. Although typically perceived as for celebs or the very wealthy, people of all means have started to understand the benefits and take action themselves, with an increasing number of couples wisely putting…

Divorce: don’t go it alone

The new year brings a new start for many, but unfortunately for some things to start anew something has to end. January is widely known to be the month where many married couples seek to begin divorce proceedings; so much so that first working Monday of the year has been dubbed ‘Divorce Day’. Regardless of…

Women in Law – Charlotte Keating

As 2019 draws to a close, we’ve sat down with some of the female employees at Linder Myers Solicitors to show just how much things have changed. Until the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act came into force 100 years ago, women were not permitted to pursue a career in law. Despite being able to study for…

Bardsley enters administration

Approximately 200 jobs have been put at risk as regional contractor Bardsley Group Ltd, Bardsley Construction Ltd and Bardsley Construction Holdings Ltd enters administration today. Get in touch to find out how Linder Myers can help

Women in Law – Claire Reddicen

Until the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act came into force 100 years ago, women were not permitted to pursue a career in law. Despite being able to study for a law degree, it wasn’t until 1919 that this pivotal change was established, allowing women to enter the legal profession’s workforce. As 2019 draws to a close,…

Women in Law – Megan Christie-Copeland

Before 1919, women were not permitted to pursue a career in law. While they were able to study for a law degree, it wasn’t until the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act came into force 100 years ago that women were allowed to enter the legal profession’s work force. As 2019 draws to a close, we’ve sat…

Are restrictive covenants enforceable?

Employers often choose to include restrictions within employment contracts. Workers who sign up to the restrictive covenants are agreeing not to do certain things once their employment is over. These restrictions work to protect employers by preventing their previous employees from using the knowledge and information gained at the workplace for the benefit of their new jobs.

Fire Safety after Grenfell

In the aftermath of Grenfell there has been growing pressure from Local Authorities and enforcement measures taken by Fire Authorities on owners of large builds to ensure fire hazards attributable to inappropriate external cladding are addressed.

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