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10th October 2014
A recent High Court decision of Mr Justice Mostyn shed light on how Courts may in the future deal with new relationships entered into after the marriage breaks down but before the financial settlement is made. Both parties were in their forties, the husband came from “a distinguished Welsh family”, while the wife worked as a journalist. The husband’s family were wealthy land owners and…
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06th August 2014
We are delighted to announce the launch of our new website. As well as being an in depth guide to our services, our team and our company profile, the website will be regularly updated with company news, events and interesting, relevant changes in legal practices that could affect you, your family, or your workplace. This website is fully readable on mobile devices such as phones…
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30th July 2014
Anyone suffering a whiplash injury will attest to just how painful and debilitating they can be. Whiplash is a term used to describe a neck injury caused by a sudden movement of the head forwards, backwards or sideways (laterally). Whiplash often occurs after a sudden impact such as a road traffic accident. The vigorous movement of the head damages the ligaments and tendons in the…
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18th June 2014
Every individual in the UK has the benefit of a tax free allowance on death, called the Nil Rate Band.  This is currently £325,000. Where an individual’s net assets exceed the Nil Rate Band when they die, then Inheritance Tax (or IHT as it is more commonly referred to), is payable at 40% on the balance over the Nil Rate Band. So for example, if…
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16th January 2012
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12th May 2011
Privacy Policy This privacy policy sets out how George Ide LLP uses and protects any information that you give George Ide LLP when you use this website. George Ide LLP is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website, then you can be assured that it will…
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04th October 2004
The Commercial Property Department is looking to recruit a fee-earner, preferably with some experience in Commercial Property, but we would consider anyone NQ up to 3/4 years PQE. Working as part of our Commercial Property team, the role involves dealing with commercial leases, acting for landlords and tenants, 1954 Act procedures, acquisition and disposal of commercial properties, commercial development (options, development agreements etc.) and some…
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