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23.09.20

Brett Wilson LLP offices remain open for face to face consultations

After a review of the revised government guidance on 23 September 2020, the partners have determined that the firm’s offices will remain open for clients who wish to attend socially-distanced ‘face to face’ consultations. Clients who prefer to have a Skype or telephone consultation continue to have this option. The safety of clients and staff…

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19.09.20

Restrictions on creditors taking corporate insolvency action due to end

We have been monitoring the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (‘the Act’) closely since it came into effect on 26 June 2020 (see our previous blog here). Under the Act, the government has the power to make further temporary modifications without these modifications needing to be passed through Parliament (Part 2 (paragraphs 1 to…

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23.07.20

How legal crowdfunding can help you bring/defend a case

We are all familiar with the concept of crowdfunding, whether in the context of supporting a new business venture or contributing to a worthy cause.  Crowdfunding is now becoming an established method of funding a legal case – whether it is the pursuit of a claim or the defence of criminal proceedings. In the legal…

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22.07.20

Brett Wilson LLP new offices to open on 4 August for face to face consultations

After four months of the firm operating remotely, Brett Wilson LLP’s new offices at 35-37 St John’s Lane, London, EC1M 4BJ will open on 4 August. Clients who wish to arrange a socially-distanced ‘face to face’ consultations will be able to book one from this date onwards.  Clients who would prefer to have a Skype…

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15.07.20

How long do I have to make a claim if I have been left out of a Will? The courts show some flexibility

If you are left out of a Will of a deceased person who you expected to provide you with financial support, you may be able to bring a claim under what is known as the “Inheritance Act” (or to give it its full name, the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975)). There are…

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13.07.20

Restrictions of creditor rights during Covid-19

On 25 June 2020, the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (‘the Act’) received Royal Assent and is now enforceable law.  The Act contains a number of measures relating to both insolvency proceedings and corporate governance, and for the most part intends to provide companies and their directors with greater protection and flexibility during covid-19 and…

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15.06.20

Laura Clews joins Brett Wilson LLP

Laura Clews has joined Brett Wilson’s family law team. Laura is a New Zealand qualified solicitor practicing in London.  Laura worked for a Legal 500 Band 1 firm in New Zealand and her practice has had a particular focus on family disputes. For Laura’s full biography, please click here.

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21.05.20

Revisiting financial settlements where it is discovered a former spouse lied about their finances

In reaching a financial settlement on divorce both parties will rely on full honest disclosure of their income and wealth by the other party.   But all too often one party fails to make a complete disclosure, and sometimes it is many years after the settlement before the truth comes out.  A recent decision confirms the…

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19.05.20

Restrictions of creditor rights during Covid-19

Following on from the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) announcement on 28 March 2020 addressing protective measures for companies facing major funding and operational hardship during Covid-19, on 23 April 2020, the Government has further announced that it will introduce temporary restrictions on creditor rights to pursue aggressive debt recovery….

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7.05.20

Brett Wilson LLP now offering family law services

The firm is now offering family law services to existing and new clients. The breakdown of a relationship is never easy, but whether you are married, in a civil partnership, or living with a partner our lawyers are committed to providing you with personal support and advice to achieve a fair resolution through mediation and…

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