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Don’t Take Me Home Film Premiere

The film premiere for ‘Don’t Take Me Home’ was held in Leicester Square, London on Monday 27th February. It was a star studded event with Chris Coleman and members of the Wales National Team in attendance. The film was directed…

Government confirms hike in probate fees

Despite significant objection, the government has confirmed that probate fees in England and Wales are due to change to a banded system in May 2017. The reform would mean that fees increase with the value of the estate, replacing the…

The National Minimum Wage Regulations 2017

The National Minimum Wage (Amendment) Regulations 2017 have been published and are intended to come into force on 1 April 2017. They will raise the national living wage to £7.50 per hour (previously £7.20) for those aged 25 or over….

Section 41 Of The Enterprise Act Enforced

S41 of the Enterprise Act comes into force from 1st February 2017. It allows the Secretary of State to issue regulations capping public sector exit payments (which include pay in lieu or notice, redundancy and ex gratia payments) to £95,000….

Wales Employment Tribunal Office Closure

The Cardiff head office of the Wales Employment Tribunal is moving from Caradog House to the top floor of the Cardiff and Vale Magistrates Court. The new address will be 3rd Floor, Cardiff and Vale Magistrates Court, Fitzalan Place, Cardiff,…

The Gift of Giving

This Christmas, Loosemores Solicitors are pleased to be supporting Llamau, Wales’ leading homelessness charity, in its Christmas Appeal. Christmas can be a very difficult time of the year for those who are experiencing homelessness.  Llamau will provide a safe place for…

Warning Issued For ‘Risky’ Online Legal Tool

Loosemores Solicitors has backed the recent Solicitors For The Elderly (SFE) report which raises serious concerns about the Government’s Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) online tool for creating a Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA). A Lasting Power of Attorney…

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