Fraser Brown works with new spa attraction

The commercial property department at Nottingham law firm Fraser Brown has worked with an entrepreneur to set up a day spa.

Fraser Brown speak at Licensing events

The licensing department at Fraser Brown have had a busy few weeks presenting at various events to members of the licensing industry.


16.Oct.2014 | Licensing

Cohabitation agreements

Living together agreements are not prenuptial agreements and will not be valid if you subsequently decide to marry. They are legal agreements reached between couples who have chosen to live together.

Nuptial agreements

Pre or post nuptial agreements are agreements which are entered into either before the marriage or during the marriage and set out what will happen to the assets and liabilities in the event of marriage breakdown.

Maintenance Payments

When you separate, you will need to decide whether or not one of you needs a contribution payable from the other in order to meet their essential living expenses and financial responsibilities. This is called ‘spousal maintenance’.

Fraser Brown's conveyancing is recognised at National awards

The residential property department at Nottingham based solicitors Fraser Brown are celebrating after the recent LFS Conveyancing Awards.

Help to Buy mortgage scheme rules

The Help to Buy mortgage guarantee scheme rules have been revised from 1st October.

Fraser Brown expands commercial property team

Fraser Brown, Nottingham’s oldest independent law firm, has expanded its commercial property team with a new senior associate appointment and a newly qualified solicitor.

Fracking to be allowed under private property

Shale gas and geothermal energy companies are now allowed to drill under private property, following a change to the UK’s trespassing legislation. This is most frequently known as fracking.

Fraser Brown have grand designs for wedding dress boutique

Fraser Brown has worked with a Nottingham fashion designer in a move across the city centre.

Unfair dismissal claim fails

A claim for constructive unfair dismissal against New York-based BGC Partners has failed after the tribunal judge found that he gave as good as he got.

Employers will continue to offer childcare vouchers

81% of employers have said they will continue to offer childcare vouchers schemes to their staff after the government launches its tax-free scheme towards the end of 2015.

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