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Radical overhaul of intestacy rules leaves more losers than winners


30th October 2014

Major changes to laws governing what happens to your assets if you die without a will have come into force...

Light up the City fundraising event attracts record entry

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29th October 2014

Sponsor Furley Page urges people to “keep on giving” to support Pilgrims Hospices A record 950 people took part in Pilgrims...

Furley Page strengthens county-wide collaborative law service


20th October 2014

Leading regional law firm Furley Page is strengthening its Collaborative Law service to help make divorce less stressful and costly...

Law firm Furley Page celebrates outstanding results


8th October 2014

Quality work sets a new benchmark in The Legal 500 rankings Kent law firm Furley Page is celebrating an outstanding set...

Can you refuse to employ someone because of the way they look?


25th September 2014

Tattoos may be more popular than ever but employers can dismiss workers or turn down a job applicant for sporting...

Recovering a debt – when to consider legal proceedings


25th September 2014

All companies incur debts and no matter how good your debt procedures are, there will come a time when you...

Top lawyer promoted by Furley Page


25th September 2014

Leading south east law firm Furley Page has further strengthened its highly-regarded Corporate Team by promoting solicitor Tony Chester...

Thousands living with Dementia could be missing out on NHS Continuing Healthcare


25th September 2014

The financial assistance provided by NHS Continuing Healthcare eases the financial burden for many, but applying for funding can be...

Furley Page urges support for Pilgrims Hospices fund-raiser


21st August 2014

Charity needs help now more than ever says law firm Furley Page has pledged its continuing support for the Pilgrims Hospices’...

Furley Page maps out a path through employment law maze


21st August 2014

Employment law is a maze. It is complex, constantly changing and has serious implications for businesses of all sizes, particularly...

Set your sights on a fun laser clay competition at East Kent Ploughing Match

Furley Page laser clay comp 2013

21st August 2014

Furley Page Solicitors will once again be holding a fun laser clay shooting competition at the annual East Kent Ploughing...

From ragtime rhythms to hurdy gurdy

Clare Salaman

21st August 2014

The University of Kent in Canterbury plays host to a truly eclectic mix of artists in a new season of...

Back by popular demand – Advice on protecting your assets against care home fees


21st August 2014

Law firm Furley Page responds to success of first seminar at The Marlowe Theatre So many members of the public and...

E-cigarettes – should employers allow them in the workplace?


5th August 2014

Recent research shows that smoking breaks and additional sick leave are costing UK businesses £8.7 billion in lost productivity every...

Furley Page strengthens Whitstable property team as housing market gathers pace


28th July 2014

House prices across the UK have continued to rise over the past year – and for one Kent town, the...

Gordon Banks is a real winner at Furley Page-sponsored World Cup dinner

Gordon Banks and Andrew Masters lo res

21st July 2014

Andrew Masters of Furley Page shares a joke with football legend Gordon Banks (Photo: Bresser Photography & Digital Media) Gordon Banks, England’s...

The essential DOs and DON’Ts for Directors if your company suffers financial difficulties.


17th July 2014

Burying your head in the sand will not avoid personal liability, says Furley Page With positive signs everywhere that the UK...

Guiding you through the probate maze


10th July 2014

Furley Page eases burden on bereaved with flexible range of services Losing someone close is devastating enough but having to deal...

RICS Property Journal, Legal Q&A on Property Auctions


3rd July 2014

First published in RICS Property Journal in their Legal Q&A section, March 2014. AUCTIONS - POINTS TO CONSIDER QUESTION: There is an...

Rules to prevent exploitation of illegal immigrants mean more checks for landlords


3rd July 2014

Fines could be up to £3,000 New rules designed to stop “rogue” landlords from exploiting illegal immigrants in crowded and sub-standard...

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