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Simon Mawdsley, family law partner at Aaron & Partners looks at your rights to privacy during a divorce.

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21st October, 2021

Simon Mawdsley, family law partner at Aaron & Partners looks at your rights to privacy during a divorce.... Read More »

Wills Article - Paul Caslin

Court of Appeal confirms that success fees can be recovered from an opponent…

15th October, 2021

Court of Appeal confirms that success fees can be recovered from an opponent….in certain circumstances under the Inheritance... Read More »

Aaron and Partners Legal 500 Ranking 2022

Aaron and Partners hits new heights in national rankings

15th October, 2021

Aaron and Partners has been recognised by the coveted Legal 500 guide in a series of individual and... Read More »

Aaron and Partners Employment Law Newsletter October 2021

Employment Law Newsletter – October 2021

14th October, 2021

Welcome to our Employment Law Newsletter.   If you would like to contact a member of the Employment... Read More »

Chester legal team claims top spot in industry guide

Chester legal team claims top spot in industry guide

12th October, 2021

The Wills, Trusts and Tax team from law firm Aaron and Partners, has been named as the region’s... Read More »

The Good Employment Chatter Podcast

4th October, 2021

Brilliant podcast by Greater Manchester Good Employment Charter! Tune in to listen to our very own Adam Haines weigh in... Read More »

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End of Furlough – why settlement agreements are the safest option

30th September, 2021

As most businesses will be aware, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, or furlough scheme, comes to an end... Read More »

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Employer ordered to pay £184,961.32 for Indirect Sex Discrimination

27th September, 2021

By way of background, indirect discrimination is broadly concerned with acts, decisions or policies which do not have... Read More »

‘Pet names’ and ‘Banter’ – no longer a joke

‘Pet names’ and ‘Banter’ – no longer a joke

27th September, 2021

Two cases tackling ‘pet names’, ‘banter’ and ‘foolish jokes’ have hit the headlines this month, both highlighting the... Read More »

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