Two Furley Page lawyers have been shortlisted in the prestigious Kent Law Society awards for 2017.
Ashford Borough Council reports it has obtained an Injunction Order to protect unauthorised caravan incursion in the Wittersham countryside.
The fee for applying for Probate – the right to administer a deceased’s estate – is about to soar; in some cases by more than 9,000%.
Kent’s Saving the
Garden of England Barn Dance has raised £7,000 towards the legal challenge
in June to stop the world’s largest £250m lorry park from being built.
A lawyer who
represented Kent miners suffering from vibration white finger and other
industrial injuries says he is saddened to hear that more than a decade later,
council staff have been found to suffer from the condition, which can be
prevented by the right safety measures.
Levy, introduced by The Enterprise Act in May, has survived the departure of
George Osborne as Chancellor and criticism from the CBI, and remains on schedule
for launch in April 2017.
If you are retired or looking to finish work in the next few years, an inspirational event full of good planning advice and ideas to make your time fulfilling is being organised by Furley Page Solicitors this autumn.
A lawyer at leading south east law firm Furley Page has become a fully accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE), a national organisation which provides specialist legal advice for older and vulnerable people, their families and carers.
For anyone mired in financial remedy proceedings as a result of a divorce or separation where child custody or access arrangements are involved, using today’s technology to secretly gather evidence can be a real temptation.
Green energy tycoon Dale Vince hit the headlines earlier this month when he agreed to pay his ex-wife Kathleen Wyatt a financial settlement of £300,000 – nearly 25 years after their divorce.