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What To Include in a B2B Contract

When it comes to forming a B2B contract, omitting details can lead to confusion, as well as miscommunication. The following five features are crucial to a successful contract. 1) Clearly label the parties within the contract To specify those who are bound to the contract,

Spanish Assets

Inheritance and forced heirship in Spain

For many, the most compelling reason to make a Will is to ensure that your assets pass to the people whom you want to benefit from your estate upon your death. But the level of certainty and control a last Will and testament purports to

Traffic Laws 2021

New Traffic Laws in the UK 2021

New traffic laws in the UK will affect millions of road users. These seven laws will come into effect in 2021 and include the expansion of clean air zones, which will add extra charges to drivers. This article will discuss the effect that the laws


Can You Get a Divorce If your Ex Won’t Sign?

Divorce can be messy. It can take months or years to finalize when you want nothing more than to move forward with your life. So what happens when your ex doesn’t respond or refuses to sign the divorce papers? Can you still get the divorce

criminal offences in UK

List of the main criminal offences in the UK

Three main types of criminal offences exist under UK law. These are: 1.   Summary only offences; 2.   Either way offences; 3.   Indictable only offences. Summary only offences This type includes a range of lower-severity offences. These are only tried in magistrates’ court. The exception is

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Keeping your business in order after Covid19

What happens to your business should the worst happen to you? That’s why succession planning and business wills are important.  Here are 10 other things to consider in a post Lockdown. world 1. Appoint someone to lead the reorganisation who has the skills and experience

Power of Attorney

What is “Power of Attorney”?

Power of Attorney is a legal document wherein a person gives another person an authority to make decisions for him or her. For example, giving someone an authority to act on your behalf in important circumstances (e.g. financial or medical decisions) means that you will

estate planning

Why should you do estate planning?

A guide from Wilson Nesbitt Solicitors on estate planning. See An estate plan is generally a series of documents that protect all of your assets and properties (estate) enclosed with specific instructions and details on: how you want to pass each of your estates