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Chattertons Are Working to become Dementia Friendly

Kate Twigg
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In May 2017, Chattertons Solicitors & Wealth Management achieved their “Working to become Dementia Friendly” accreditation from the Alzheimer’s Society. Every year our staff have the opportunity to nominate and vote for the charity...

Visit a Chattertons Open Day for free advice

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Cake, refreshments and free legal advice are on offer at a series of coffee mornings taking place at a number of our offices in May in conjunction with Dementia Awareness Week. We are opening the doors of our Grantham, Spalding, Lincoln, Stamford and Boston...

Employee of the month - February

Emily Baker-Gaunt
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The February Employee of the Month award was presented to Hayden Burton who is based at our Spalding office. Hayden is a Legal Support Assistant and has been working with the company for 9 months, alongside his work Hayden has been studying Level 3 in...

WHAT DOES PHILIP HAMMOND'S FIRST AND LAST SPRING BUDGET MEAN FOR YOU?

Daniel Elkington
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He said this budget prepares us for Brexit, gives greater opportunity to the future and makes the economy more robust. Time will tell… Changes for you Top 1% of taxpayers, pay 27% of the income tax. After lots of talk around National Insurance Phil...

New initiative celebrates employees

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A new initiative at Chattertons Solicitors and Wealth Management has got off to a great start as Boston employee wins the first employee of the month award. The Support Staff Employee of the Month scheme was introduced in January of this year to...

Charity of the Year 2016

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Our team worked hard throughout 2016 fundraising for our Charity of the Year, The Brain Tumour Charity, and celebrations are in order for the fantastic amount of money our employees and supporters raised last year. £6,133.92 was...

40 years not out for Patrick Skells

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He has steered the people of Spalding through the legal pitfalls for 40 years. House purchases and sales, divorces and disputes, Patrick Skells (61) has dealt with them all during his time in the profession. Patrick says: “The legal problems may be...

Christmas Opening Hours

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We would like to wish all of our clients and business associates a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Over the festive period our offices will be open as follows: Friday 23rd December 2016 - OPEN AS NORMAL Monday 26th December 2016 - CLOSED - CHRISTMAS...

Chattertons Video - Supporting Business

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Click the image to play our latest video shown at the IoD Greater Lincolnshire annual lunch on 2nd December 2016....

Chattertons Sponsors Economic Forum

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Picture: Chattertons Chairman, Patrick Cordingley welcoming delegates to the Lincolnshire Economic Forum Chattertons Solicitors and Wealth Management were pleased to sponsor the Lincolnshire Economic Forum held at the Double Tree by Hilton, Lincoln on...

Lord Chancellor visits Chattertons

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Chattertons were delighted to welcome the first female Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, The Rt. Hon Elizabeth Truss MP to their Sleaford office on Friday 18th November 2016. The Lord Chancellor joined Chattertons...

New Associates at Chattertons

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One week after the announcement of a new Partner, Chattertons is delighted to confirm that both Alice Morgan and Dan Fellows have received promotion to become Associates with the company.   Alice qualified and practiced in Scotland before...

New Partner at Chattertons

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The Directors of Chattertons Solicitors are pleased to announce that with immediate effect Melissa Thompson has been appointed as a Partner in the Company.      Melissa joined Chattertons in 2005 and trained with former Senior...

Shortlisted for Website of the Year 2016

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Chattertons is delighted to announce that it has today received notification from The Good Web Guide that chattertons.com has been shortlisted in the National awards for Corporate Website of the Year 2016 and National Website of the Year 2016. ...

Heathrow Property Compensation Scheme

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As Government Ministers give the green light to build a third runway at Heathrow and adopt the plan as recommended by the Airports Commission in 2015, Chattertons Solicitors takes a closer look at the compulsory purchase order scheme proposed by the...

Chattertons sponsors Red Priest concert

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Following on from a series of successful sponsored concerts 'Music in Quiet Places' that have taken place throughout the Summer in South Kesteven, Chattertons is pleased to confirm sponsorship of the Red Priest concert on Thursday 22nd September...

Chattertons welcomes Construction Baron

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Chattertons has welcomed the arrival of Chestnut Homes’ Construction Baron in their Lincoln office situated on West Parade. The Baron took pride of place on the Baron’s Charter Trail in Lincoln during June 2015 and has since toured the County...

Cows in Trees at Heckington Show

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Chattertons are delighted to welcome local veterinary surgeon and author Julian Earl on their stand at the 2016 Heckington Show where he will be signing copies of his new book 'Cows in Trees'. Come and meet Julian on the Chattertons stand between...

Chattertons sponsorship of Lincolnshire Show

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Chattertons were delighted to support the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society at the 132nd Lincolnshire Show through sponsorship of The Chattertons Arena. Competitors attended the show from all over the UK to compete in the working hunter classes leading to...

Boston Open Day

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The Partners and Staff of Chattertons have reason to celebrate with the appointment of a new Partner at the Boston office coinciding with the opening of a refurbished reception and the introduction of a completely new brand for the firm. Solicitor, Alex...

Chattertons supports action against claims companies

Sarah Merrikin
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Chattertons supports the current CAN THE SPAM Campaign run by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL). At some time, we will all have received a phone call or text trying to persuade us to claim compensation for an injury, often when we are not...

Avoiding Red Cards in the Workplace during the Euro 2016 Tournament

Danielle Lister
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The European Cup 2016 is set to take place between Friday 10 June and Sunday 10 July. Many of the games, including one between England and Wales, are being played during the working day. Large sporting events can often throw up a number of tricky issues for...

Chattertons sponsors Music in Quiet Places

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Chattertons, the leading regional law firm and wealth management provider has confirmed its sponsorship of the 2016 Music in Quiet Places series of concerts. The concert series commences on Thursday 2nd June at 7.30pm at St. Andrew’s Church, Irnham...

Henry Thompson & Sons (Grantham) LLP

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Chattertons acquires Henry Thompson & Sons (Grantham) LLP Solicitors. On Thursday 31st March 2016 the practice of Henry Thompson & Sons (Grantham) LLP was acquired by Chattertons following the retirement of Susan Bukraba and John Elliott. ...

War of the Words - Rugby racism or sporting banter?

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The Six Nations disciplinary hearing for English rugby player, Joe Marler, has resulted in a surprising decision. Following a previous on-field altercation, many thought Marler would be banned from playing Sunday’s finale in Paris. During the...

How will the 2016 Budget affect you?

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A summary of this year's Budget is now available on our dedicated Budget Focus Website providing informative comments to help you assess how the changes will affect you personally. Follow this link to open Budget Focus 2016: ...

The beginning of the end?

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Within his Budget speech on 16 March, Chancellor George Osborne announced a measure aimed at removing any tax advantage for those working on behalf of public sector organisations via a personal service company (PSC).  The term personal service company...

Chattertons Support Bandanas for Brain Tumours Day

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Staff at local law firm, Chattertons Solicitors, took part in The Brain Tumour Charity’s annual Bandanas for Brain Tumours Day. Over 70 members of staff chose to buy an official bandana from the Charity, whilst others wore their own and donated anyway....

Itchy feet this spring?

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Putting your house on the market this Spring? If so, please contact us as soon as you do, or ideally even before you instruct an estate agent. Doing so can save you time and money and should make the process of moving house less stressful. The process of...

Chattertons Children of Courage Award

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Chattertons Solicitors is proud to be supporting the Children of Courage Awards once again, being held at the Urban Hotel, Grantham on Wednesday 9th March. Chattertons has sponsored the award ceremony since it was established five years ago. The...

Chattertons acquires Henry Thompson & Son Solicitors, Grantham

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With effect from Thursday 31st March 2016 the practice of Henry Thompson & Son (Grantham) LLP Solicitors will be acquired by Chattertons following the retirement of Susan Bukraba and John Elliott. Chattertons is one of the largest providers of...

Is 5% pa achievable?

Hannah Rogers
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Cash ISA and deposit rates are at an all-time low. Whilst depositors have the comfort of minimal risk, many accounts are not even paying 1%pa. There is nevertheless still a risk with deposits and that is an inflation risk. If the interest rate being paid is...

BYE, BYE JANUARY

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Many people feel that the end of January is something of a calendar milestone as the darkest days of winter finally seem to be getting left behind and spring is another month closer. However, 31 January is also the final date for the submission of Self...

Chattertons Charity Bowling Evening Boston - Thursday 19th May 2016

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Chattertons Solicitors invite you to a fun, sociable and competitive evening of ten-pin bowling where you can socialise with colleagues, network with local professionals and help raise money for The Brain Tumour Charity.  All profits from evening will...

Staff raise over £14,000 for Charity

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Local law firm, Chattertons Solicitors is delighted to have raised £14,181.74 for St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice, the Firm’s Charity of the Year for 2015. Throughout the year the Charity Committee and the staff at Chattertons have been...

Pensions Death Benefits - Pay less inheritance tax

Hannah Rogers
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In financial services we have many conversations with pension providers as part of our day to day work. With the changing rules around pensions, the providers are getting more concerned about how they process death benefits from a pension. We have...

Grantham Charity Quiz Night - raising money for The Brain Tumour Charity

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Join Chattertons Solicitors at their fun filled Charity Quiz Night on Thursday 21st January 2016 at the Grantham Cricket Club. The evening will be in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity to help them to continue their inspiring work and allow you to socialise,...

Autumn Statement - personal services companies tax

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Reports have been appearing in the press that the Government may announce measures to tighten up tax rules for personal service companies in its Autumn Statement on 25 November. The term ‘personal service company’ is not clearly defined, but...

Have you Made a Will?

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Making a  Will  is something that many people think about, but never get around to doing. You might feel that making a Will is only for the elderly, but the reality is that nobody can predict what life will bring. If you want to ensure that your...

Your Business and Divorce

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If one party to a  divorce  owns a business it is important for both spouses to know how the value of the business will be viewed by the court and what the options are for dealing with this asset. Liz Graham, Head of the Family Law department,...

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

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Since 1st October 2008, landlords have been legally required to provide copies of an Energy Performance Certificate to potential tenants. An EPC tells a landlord and prospective tenants how energy efficient a rental property is on a scale of A-G, with A...

Sophie Attfield

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Many of you will know already about the death of our colleague and friend, Sophie Attfield.  Sophie passed away on Sunday 27th September after a long illness.   Sophie joined the Firm on 1 October 2005 as a specialist employment solicitor,...

Family Law Solicitor gains Accreditation

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Sofia Lagergren, who is a member of the  Family Law team  at  Chattertons Solicitors , has become a member of the Law Society Children Law Accreditation Scheme. Applicants have to be qualified for 5 years and are expected to have carried out...

Assured Shorthold Tenancies - Important Changes

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From 1st October 2015, residential tenants must be given additional information. Landlords who fail to comply could face serious sanctions. The Assured Shorthold Tenancy Notices and Prescribed Requirements (England) Regulations 2015 were laid before...

Solicitor Alice Morgan joins the Wills, Trusts and Probate Team at Chattertons

Alice Morgan
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Alice qualified and practiced in Scotland before converting into English law in 2012, where after she moved to Lincoln.  Alice has recently joined Chattertons and is based at our Lincoln office on West Parade. She deals with all aspects of Private...

F1 fever raisers money for Charity

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A unique F1 Experience Evening and Charity Auction raised £7,275.00 for St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice on Friday. The event was held at the Dower House Hotel in Woodhall Spa and was organised by Chattertons Solicitors. The evening started with a...

Chattertons F1 Night Raisers £7,275.00 for St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice

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We are pleased to announce that we have raised £7,275.00 for our 'Charity of the Year' St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice. Our thanks go to auctioneer Colin Young from Golding Young & Mawer, Melvyn Prior, Stuart Wilde Photography and everyone...

Spend a night in Jenson Buttons ex motorhome - bidding is now open

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    Bidding is open – spend a night in this amazing luxury motorhome which once belonged to Jenson Button.  The motorhome will be taken to Langar Hall in Nottinghamshire, where, as part of your package you will...

Bidding now open for these fantastic F1 Charity auction prizes - to raise money for St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice

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To bid for any of these fantastic prizes  click here Framed polo shirt signed by reigning F1 world champion, Lewis Hamilton A signed Jenson Button limited edition helmet (no 15 out of 100) with showcase VIP Tour of Red Bull Racing facilities for...

Solicitor Dan Fellows joins our Wills, Trusts and Probate Team at Grantham

Dan Fellows
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After qualifying as a solicitor in 2008, Dan practised at a firm in Nottingham for 6 years before joining the Wills, Trusts and Probate team at Chattertons in 2015. He specialises in estate administration, inheritance tax planning, advice for the elderly,...

Nick Robertshaw joins the Family Team

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Nick qualified as a solicitor in 2008. He deals with a wide range of Family matters including divorce and financial disputes, pre-nuptial agreements, Schedule 1 applications, child custody disputes as well as advising cohabitees on relationship breakdown and...

Divorce - Financial order claims double

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The number of people seeking financial orders to obtain more money from their ex-spouses after divorce has more than doubled in a year. Records reveal that the number of claims rose from 14,690 in 2013 to 29,060 in 2014. The high profile case of Wyatt v...

Holiday pay

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Over the past 6 months there have been a number of significant developments, giving certain employees increased rights to holiday pay. On 4 November 2014 the  Employment Appeal Tribunal  (EAT) made a landmark decision in  Bear Scotland Ltd...

The patients right to information

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A mother was recently awarded damages on behalf of her son, where doctors failed to warn her about the risk of her baby being injured if she had a natural birth. The mother, who was of small stature and suffered from diabetes, was assessed as having a...

Attorneys - know your limits

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The recent case of  R v TJC [2015]  is a stark reminder that attorneys who fail to maintain records of how funds have been spent risk criminal prosecution. In this case, an attorney had been appointed under a  Lasting Power of Attorney...

Unique F1 Experience Evening - Friday 11th September - experience the true ferocity of the Lamborghini type 102

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This will be a truly unique event to raise money for our Charity of the Year, St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice.    This black tie event will start at 7pm with a champagne and canapés reception along with live music. During this time...

Inheritance Tax - Main Residence Nil Rate Band

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“Promise made – promise delivered” was how George Osborne summed up the new inheritance tax (IHT) main residence nil rate band (MRNRB) in his July 2015 Budget speech. The press reported that up to £1m could now be left free of IHT to...

F1 speaker announced for Unique F1 Experience Evening and Charity Auction, Marc Priestley - Friday 11th September

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We are pleased to announce that our main speaker at this unique F1 Experience evening will be  Marc Priestley .  Marc worked as an F1 race mechanic and was a member of the pitstop crew for McLaren Racing for almost a decade.  He has worked...

Small Claims under £10,000 - do I need legal advice?

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Any type of litigation can be complicated and stressful. So are Small Claims really that simple that anybody can deal with them? It is a common misconception that there is a separate ‘Small Claims Court’. In fact, Small Claims are handled by...

What rights do cohabitees have?

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Despite a relationship lasting over 30 years, the Court of Appeal has decided that - in the absence of any clear intention to share property ownership - a cohabitee was not entitled to anything. In  Curran v Collins , Mr Collins and Ms Curran...

Meet the Personal Injury Team

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Whether you’ve had a  car accident , an  accident at work  or suffered personal injury in any other way, we’re here to help. Paul Smith is Head of the Personal Injury Team and along with other members of the team is a...

New Partner joins Chattertons and returns to her Boston roots

Desley Sherwin
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Chattertons have appointed a new partner who is returning to her roots in the area. Boston raised Desley Sherwin has joined Chattertons in their Dispute Resolution and Employment departments. Desley has family...

Family team expands at Chattertons

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The Chattertons Stamford office has recently welcomed a new solicitor to their Family Law department. Nick Robertshaw, who qualified in 2008, will be dealing with a wide range of Family matters at Chattertons Solicitors; including...

Get to know experienced Family Law specialist, Jo Chidlow

Jo Chidlow
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Jo Chidlow qualified as a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives in 2003 before joining Chattertons Solicitors the following year to pursue a career in FamilyLaw.  Working in Sleaford, Jo deals with a full range of family...

Think that equality discrimination only applies to employers? Think again...

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Are you aware that the Equality Act affects you if you sell goods or deliver services to the public? Your company should offer fair prices and services to all of its customers. A service provider is prohibited from discriminating against a person with a...

Owed money? We can help you receive payment

Andrew Morley
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Are you or your business struggling to receive payment of debts owed to you? Does someone owe you money who you are no longer able to trace? Our  Debt Recovery Department  aim to take the stress out of bad debt. We can collect debts in the UK and...

Are your social media policies up to date?

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Does your business have an up to date email and social media policy? Have you been relying on the same policy for many years? As social media use is on the rise and thousands of emails are exchanged everyday, it may be time to ensure your policy is modern...

International Day of Families - 15th May 2015

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Friday 15th May 2015 will mark the International Day of Families which was inaugurated in 1993 by the UN to promote awareness of issues relating to families and to increase knowledge of the social, economic and demographic processes affecting families....

Slips, trips and falls - do you know your duty of care?

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Do you own or occupy premises? Are you aware of your duty of care to all visitors whether they are lawful or trespassers? If someone is injured, you could face a claim for compensation. The Occupiers Liability Act 1957 applies to owners and occupiers of...

Rented property: act now to comply with new energy efficiency laws

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Do you rent out residential or commercial property? Are you aware of the new energy efficiency rules being introduced from April 2018? Failing to comply with the new laws could affect your property’s value and marketability. Energy Performance...

Positive changes for Chattertons

Liz Graham
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The  Chattertons Grantham  office has recently welcomed a  Family Law  Solicitor to their team.  Liz Graham , who has been with Chattertons Solicitors since 2010, is a partner at the firm and Head of the Family Department. Liz has...

2015 Pension Changes - The most radical pension changes for almost a century

Hannah Rogers
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The most radical pension changes in almost a century were introduced on 6th April 2015. Pension Freedom Most  pension  investors aged at least 55 now have total freedom over how they take an income or lump sum from their pension. They...

BUDGET 2015 Key announcements for businesses, individuals and trustees

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We have reviewed the detailed Budget information and have put together a snapshot of the measures that we believe will have most impact and relevance to our clients. It has been indicated that further legislation applying to a variety of taxes will be...

End of Year Reporting - Benefits and Expenses

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Do you own a business? Have you paid your employees or directors any benefits or expenses in the past year? If so, you may need to consider whether you have any reporting obligations as the current tax year draws to an end. Taxable expenses and benefits...

Landlord portal launched to tackle tenants water debts

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Are you a Landlord of a rented property? Have your tenants left without settling outstanding water debts? It is the responsibility of a tenant to settle any outstanding water bills before leaving rented accommodation however customers are not obliged to...

Reducing income tax - the transferable personal tax allowance

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From 6th April 2015 married couples and  civil partners  will be able to transfer up to £1,060 of their personal tax allowance to their spouse or civil partner, thus reducing the tax bill for the recipient by £212. To be...

Is your Will tax efficient?

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With rising property prices, far more people are feeling the burden of  Inheritance Tax  (“IHT”). IHT is charged on the value of your estate exceeding the nil-rate band (“NRB”). The NRB has been frozen at £325,000...

Debts - Is your head in the sand?

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Are you or your business owed any debts? Do you have debts you are struggling to pay? With an ever-changing economy, the problem of debt is never far away. There has been a recent focus on how  debts  are affecting both businesses and individuals....

Surveys show true condition for home buyers

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Homeowners who don’t get a survey are left with an average of £5,750 in repair bills, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Nearly a third of homebuyers fail to commission a survey and a fifth end up with homes they...

Recently married or divorced - Is your Will still legal?

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Many people don’t realise that the act of marriage causes any existing  Will  of the husband and wife to be automatically revoked. They should therefore consider as soon as possible after the marriage (or preferably before) whether they need...

Charity Christmas Jumper Day 2014

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This year we are raising money for the Lincolnshire Emergency Blood Bikes by having a Christmas Jumper Day! Take a look at some of the brilliant pictures from across the firm…             ...

Mishandled Estate Claims up by 300%

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According to figures released by the High Court, claims for mishandling estates have more than tripled over the past year. The claims range from the theft of assets by executors to fraudulent distribution of assets to favour certain beneficiaries over others...

Autumn Statement 2014 - The big push for votes

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Economic Stats     Govt Deficit (% of GDP) Govt. Deficit (£ billion) Welfare Cap (£ billion) 2014-15 3.0% 2.7% 91.3   2015-16 2.4% 2.2% 75.9 119.7 2016-17 2.2% 0.5% 14.5 122.3 2017-18 ...

Chancellors Autumn Budget Statement

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The Autumn Statement is due today at around 12:00 after Prime Minister’s questions and you can follow our live Twitter feed  @ChattertonsLaw  from 11.00 onwards. The main thrust of Mr. Osbourne’s rhetoric has been shared with the...

Landlord Investor Evening - Bentley Hotel, Lincoln - Thursday 29th January 2015

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If you are an experienced  Landlord , considering an  investment  property, or wishing to find out more about residential letting this is a date for your diary. Chattertons McKinnells & Mundys Estate Agents jointly host this FREE event...

Chattertons welcome a new Commercial and Agriculture Solicitor

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Local law firm, Chattertons, are pleased to welcome a new solicitor to their  Commercial  and  Agricultural  Property department in Horncastle. Matthew Worley, who recently completed his training contract, grew up in Lincolnshire and...

Join us at our Charity Quiz Night in Grantham

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Chattertons Solicitors invite you to our fun-filled charity quiz night to raise money for the St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice. The evening will not only help the hospice continue with their inspiring work but allow you to socialise, relax and most...

Trainee solicitors celebrate exam success

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We are pleased to announce that all of our September intake trainee solicitors have received excellent Legal Practice Course exam results. Florence Gardner ,  Sarah Moxon  and  Emma Johnson  all graduated in Law before studying the...

Court of Appeal confirms the tort of intentionally causing mental suffering

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The decision in the case of  Wilkinson v Downton (1897)  first established the principle of intentionally causing mental suffering when a practical joker told a woman that her husband had had a serious accident and broken both his legs and that she...

New Laws for Personal Injury Claimants

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The latest stage of the Government’s relentless attack on the perceived “compensation culture” came into force on 1 October this year. Swingeing reductions in the level of fees recoverable by injured Claimants from insurers for the cost of...

The Taxman Cometh

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Much attention has recently been paid to how the Treasury is responding to significant public disquiet on the issue of tax avoidance by big companies.  Carolyn Byrne  of Chattertons Solicitors said, “HM Revenue & Customs new aggressive...

Under 20s England Cricket Team Take 3rd Place at World Cup

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We have been following the adventures of India Freeman, a local cricketer with big ambitions. Her passion and determination have taken her across the world to New Zealand where she played as part of the Under 20’s Indoor cricket team in the world cup. ...

Inheritance Laws Simplified

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New laws simplifying what happens when someone dies without leaving a will came into force on 1st October this year. Robert Webb, Partner and Head of the  Wills, Trust and Probate  department at Chattertons said, “The changes to the law are...

England under 20s Junior Ladies team play their first friendly and win

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India Freeman and her team mates won their first friendly match against Wellington’s under 20’s team last night! Having ventured to New Zealand as part of the under 20’s England cricket team India has been acclimatising over the past week...

Indias New Zealand adventure begins

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Chattertons catch up with India and her team mates as they venture to New Zealand to play for the Under 20’s England Cricket Team. Since starting their adventures after a 10 hour journey and stop offs in Dubai and Sydney the team have been stuck in a...

Are you a First Time Buyer?

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At Chattertons we are aware that buying your first home is a very significant turning point in your life. You will probably have dreamt of owning your own home for years, have possibly been scrimping and saving for years to raise the all important deposit...

Prize Draw winners announced!

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Throughout the year we have attended shows across the county including, Heckington, Flintham, Spilsby, Woodhall and The Lincolnshire Show. Our prize draw entry box has travelled with us to all of these events and the winner has been drawn! We are pleased...

New Commercial Conveyancing Solicitor joins local law firm

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Local legal firm, Chattertons, are pleased to welcome a new Solicitor to their Commercial Conveyancing Department in Horncastle. David Chambers has recently joined the firm bringing with him over twenty five years of experience in dealing with commercial...