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Specialist Breach Of Contract Solicitors

  Recent Breach of Contract Case Awards Company Over £23million in damages An arbitrator ordered US actor, Kevin Spacey and his companies to pay nearly $31 million (£23.2m) to MRC, the production company behind “House of Cards,” following the sexual harassment...

Larcomes and Good Divorce Week 2021

    The Larcomes Family Law team are proud to show our support to the Resolution initiative, Good Divorce Week 2021, which commenced 29th November and ends on 3rd December. The campaign's main aim is to raise awareness of the importance of focusing on...

Resolving COVID-19 Commercial Rent Debts

At the beginning of November (Tuesday 9 November 2021), Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng announced that a new set of laws and a Code of Practice, have been introduced to resolve the remaining commercial rent debts accrued because of the pandemic.   Under the...

Larcomes and Good Divorce Week 2021

    The Larcomes Family Law team are proud to show our support to the Resolution initiative, Good Divorce Week 2021, which commenced 29th November and ends on 3rd December. The campaign's main aim is to raise awareness of the importance of focusing on...

Resolving COVID-19 Commercial Rent Debts

At the beginning of November (Tuesday 9 November 2021), Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng announced that a new set of laws and a Code of Practice, have been introduced to resolve the remaining commercial rent debts accrued because of the pandemic.   Under the...

Care home fee assessments, what happens to your assets?

Before you move into a care home, an assessment is carried out to help determine how much you will have to contribute to your care home fees. This is called a “care home assessment” or a “means test”.

No Fault Divorce will commence April 2022

In an announcement yesterday (8th June 2021) it was confirmed that The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020, which passed into law on 25 June 2020, and will introduce ‘no-fault’ divorces in England and Wales for the first time, will not be implemented as first...

Landlord and Tenant Rights and the impact of COVID-19

The government’s temporary ban on evictions which was due to expire on 31st March has been extended to 31st May. The new legislation, included in the Coronavirus Act, was put in place to assist residential and commercial tenants who found themselves in financial...