No Fault Divorce – Is it time for change?

At Sheppersons we understand that family law matters are often highly emotive, especially where young children are involved, and require a comprehensive knowledge of the law. In 2018 a particular divorce case raised a lot of points for discussion, the main one being is it time for a no fault divorce? We have shared our […]

February 6, 2019 0 comment
Harassment in The Workplace

At Sheppersons we understand that employment law issues can be very sensitive and a stressful process for victims, we always aim to establish a resolution through non-adversarial means, such as mediation.Our experienced Employment Law Solicitors have put together a guide on harassment in the workplace and what you should do if you are a victim […]

January 9, 2019 0 comment
Flexible Working- No More 9-5?

Interested in working in a way that suits you? You may want to consider flexible working. YouGov recently conducted a survey which has discovered that 6% of people in the UK still work a traditional ‘9am to 5pm’ working day, 66% of people surveyed said that they would prefer to start and finish earlier. Flexible […]

December 21, 2018 0 comment
Dealing with emotions in divorce

We understand that going through divorce is known to be one of the most stressful experiences that can happen in your life. Not only are you separating from your partner, your living arrangements are going to change and there is also the consideration of finances and arrangements for children. Our experienced family solicitors at Sheppersons […]

December 11, 2018 0 comment
Top 6 Things to Consider When Writing a Will

Preparing to write your will can take a considerable amount of time and planning. You’ll need to think long term and carefully consider all aspects of your life. Sheppersons wants to help you ensure that your will is an accurate reflection of how to deal with your most treasured assets and record your requests. We’ve […]

November 22, 2018 0 comment
Will Making – When is Pressure “Undue Influence”?

In our specialist Contentious Trusts and Probate team, we are often approached by clients who have concerns that a recently deceased loved one may have been pressurised into making their Will. Is this grounds for challenging the validity of a Will? In short, perhaps – but it is not straightforward. A legal challenge as to […]

October 15, 2018 0 comment