Monthly Archives: November 2010

Christmas Without Conflict: Top Tips for Separated Parents

Emotions following a separation run high and it is near impossible to put them to one side just because the countdown to Christmas has begun.  In fact, the Christmas season often makes emotions more intense; reminiscing about the family Christmases … Continue reading

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Equity Release

Are you 55 years of age or over?  Are you retired or hoping to retire in the near future?  Has your pension or other investments underperformed?  Have you been hit by rising living costs and falling income?  If you own … Continue reading

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Sustainable drainage

The automatic right to connect to a public sewer is now severely restricted. From 1 October 2010 a connection will only be permitted if there is an agreement for the private sewer to vest in a public authority at some … Continue reading

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