03 Jul 2017
It is a comment misconception that following a marriage breakdown, it is possible for one party to issue divorce proceedings simply on the basis that one of both of the parties’ feelings have changed and as such, they no longer wish to remain married.
03 Jul 2017
Many employers opt to put in place a variety of employment policies and procedures. These can benefit your business in many ways. They provide:
22 Jun 2017
Over 7,000 people enjoyed the Norwich Food & Drink Festival on Sunday, an event which the firm has sponsored so successfully for the past three years.
18 May 2017
We are delighted to announce the appointment of experienced family solicitor Sophie Smith.
Mrs Smith, who is a trained collaborative lawyer, joins the firm’s highly respected family department, headed by Senior Partner Jane Anderson.
“Cozens-Hardy has one of the strongest family departments in the region. Having taken a career break to raise my family, I’m excited to join the firm and help further expand their matrimonial work.’
Jane Anderson, Senior Partner:
09 May 2017
Partner Philippa Rudd looks at property investment. What are your options - and what are your obligations as a landlord? As featured in the Eastern Daily Press property supplement.
10 Apr 2017
Partner Anna Farquharson and Jan Hÿtch (partner) from Arnolds Keys were interviewed on Future Radio recently; click here to listen again to their advice about house buying and selling.
06 Apr 2017
Back in March, the Supreme Court handed down judgment in a landmark case concerning testamentary freedom, one of the main principles of the law of England and Wales. Private Client solicitor, Claire Roberts, considers the facts...
14 Mar 2017
We are often asked what the legal requirements for a contract of employment are. Our employment specialist, Partner Andrew Spencer, explains...
13 Mar 2017
Partner Philippa Rudd looks at what may happen to your home when a relationship breaks down and gives some advice on home ownership. As featured in the Eastern Daily Press property supplement.
07 Mar 2017
We live in a terraced house in the city. We can’t afford to move house but we need more space for our expanding family. We are thinking of converting our loft into living accommodation. What do we need to know, please?