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Financial infidelity - don't let money secrets ruin your relationship

National survey reveals how truthful UK adults are about money matters with their partner. Almost a third (32%) of UK adults had little to no trust* in their most recent partner when it comes to financial matters. More than a third (38%) of UK...

With demand for commercial units at record levels businesses are being urged to think before they leap into new commercial agreements

With a surge in demand for commercial units pushing occupancy rates to their highest level since records began, businesses are being warned to think before they leap into new premises and commercial agreements. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic...

Remembering our colleague and friend, Claire Fletcher

Tragically, earlier this month, Claire Fletcher, a personal assistant in the Stephensons’ family department, lost her brave battle with cancer. Claire was 43 and is survived by her two children, Kim and Jamie and partner, Gary. Claire was a...

It's time to break the taboo and learn to talk to family members about Wills

Almost half (48%) of UK adults have not spoken to family members about their own Will and inheritance plans 43% of UK adults have not spoken to a family member about their loved ones’ Will and inheritance plans Half (50%) of UK adults are...

New Ofsted report highlights the challenges facing SEND pupils

New research from Ofsted has found that some pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) are not getting enough support with their learning and development in mainstream schools. Published last week, the study found that...

Five promotions to senior associate

Stephensons is pleased to announce that five people have been promoted to the level of Senior Associate. Promotions to Senior Associate have been made in our central admin, criminal litigation , commercial property , Court of Protection and ...

Pearson family members ask Attorney General to consider unduly lenient sentences passed on Bolland, Worral and Brierley

Members of the family of Michelle Pearson are asking the Attorney General to consider whether the sentences passed on Zac Bolland, David Worrall and Courtney Brierley were unduly lenient following their conviction at a second trial and sentence on 21 April...

Workplace injuries at risk of increasing

National leading law firm Stephensons warns in light of the latest health and safety industry figures, that the UK’s economic position could be creating a perfect storm for increased accidents in the workplace . Stephensons is concerned that...

Three solicitors promoted to Partner at Stephensons

The national law firm, Stephensons, has made a trio of Partner promotions across its family and crime departments. Children law specialists, Jackie Price and Tim Galbraith and criminal litigation solicitor, Duncan Phillips have all been made...

One of the most common injuries is also the most likely to be misdiagnosed

A small broken bone in the wrist, or more specifically a scaphoid fracture, is one of the most common injuries suffered by men and women of all ages. Yet despite its popularity this treatable injury is also the most likely to be missed or is...
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