Change of Name Guide

If someone starts a new relationship or re-marries he/she may want to change the child/childrens names. Befo...

Separation and Divorce

Taking the decision that a relationship is over is often the most difficult decision to make...

Unregulated Will Writers

Fraser Brown Solicitors is advising people to be wary of using unregulated Willwriters after a survey showed that 67..

Care Proceedings Guide

If the Local Authority are concerned about the care provided to a child they can issue Care or Supervision proceeding...

Veterinary Sale is Animal Magic

Nottingham-based Solicitors Fraser Brown has handled the sale of the long-established Byron Veterinary Clinic....

Fraser Brown Gets a Pizza the Action

Nottingham-based Fraser Brown Solicitors has helped an East Midlands entrepreneur to find his feet in the world o...

Employment Law Update for Growing Companies

A business may be small or growing but it still has legal responsibilities. In the absence of a HR department it ...

Capital Gains Tax

Q. I am domiciled in England and Wales and last week I sold an investment property for £250,000 which I...

Fraser Brown Receive Top Accreditation

Fraser Brown Solicitors has been awarded Grade 1 (Outstanding) status for its licensing training by the BIIAB, th...

Advice to Businesses on Chasing Debts

In todays climate, an efficient and structured internal credit control procedure is a vital part of any business...

New Process Will Speed Up Compensation Claims

Most compensation claims arise out of road accidents where the amount of compensation is less than £10,000&...

Do I Need a Will?

Q. I am a married man with two children under the age of 18. My estate is worth approximately £800,...

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