News and articles – Wills and Tax Planning
Imagine what would happen if a family member had a stroke and couldn’t make decisions about their money, investments or property. How would the bills get paid? How could the rest of the family access money to live from day to day?
Kent Law School alumna Leigh Leach has secured a training contract with a leading law firm in Kent thanks to a networking event organised as part of the School’s Professional Mentoring Scheme.
The Supreme Court has struck a ground-breaking blow against discrimination in the case of a gay employee whose husband was denied the right to a full survivor’s pension in the event of his death.
On a cold and rainy Sunday morning, at an hour earlier then you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy, Our 4 heroic cyclists (Chris Zahner, David Lea. David Bowers and Elliot Lewis) met at the O2 car park by North Greenwich to begin the challenge of the Prudential Ride 100 raising money for the TW charity of the year, Certitude.
Amidst an aging population, the role of judges in protecting the weak, vulnerable and infirm is of ever increasing importance.