The Issue of Mental Capacity on Divorce and Separation

Health issues can surface that make it hard to assess an individual’s ability to make decisions, though there are measures available that can help to ease and make sense of the process.

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney? (LPA)

Cristina explains the role and responsibility of an LPA, what to consider and what could happen in the event that you haven't appointed one before losing mental capacity.

GDPR: The Business of Data

Fraser Brown Solicitors will be hosting a GDPR Round Table event on November 2nd 2017 in preparation for May next year, when the new legislation comes into effect. If you are impacted by the upcoming changes, please register your interest.

Your property and care home fees

There comes a time when property and care home fees become a very serious consideration, and it might seem complicated and confusing. It doesn't have to.

The Fox and Grapes: Castle Rock Brewery open their 23rd venue

Castle Rock are looking to bring new life to Sneinton Market. Fraser Brown's licensing team assisted their most recent project

Could collaborative law work for you?

Collaborative law cuts out the necessity for contested court proceedings in the event of a relationship breakdown. For many, collaborative law is a highly effective option.

New Pre-action Protocol for Debt Claims

On 1 October 2017, the Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims comes into force.

When it rains it pours: What the garden of a £750K home can tell us about Property Information Forms

After finding their garden repeatedly flooded, this family turned to Facebook and their Property Information Forms to make some shocking discoveries

Data Protection Bill

The Government has issued a statement of intent in which it has committed to updating and strengthening data protection laws through a new Data Protection Bill.

Meet the “Bod Squad”: Promoting good health and wellbeing in the workplace

NHS health chief Duncan Serbie recently discussed the benefits of promoting good health and wellbeing in the work place, and Fraser Brown chose to share their experiences, starting with the introduction of the Bod Squad.

Airlines and The Licensing Act: Are their heads in the clouds?

A recent BBC panorama report highlighted the abuse airlines currently face from drunken passengers. The Home Office are considering tougher regulation, which might include making them comply to the Licensing Act 2003. But what are the implications?

Injunctions in employment

Two recent cases heard by the High Court and Court of Appeal provide a spotlight on the importance of injunctions in employment law.

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