The Windrush Scandal: What losses will be compensated?
Wed 31 October 2018
My previous blog looked at the eligibility criteria for Windrush...
The Windrush Scandal: Who will be entitled to compensation?
Tue 23 October 2018
The year 2018 has seen many a political crises in the UK. It would be difficult, however, to dispute that the Windrush Scandal might...
Flight Delay Compensation: Extraordinary strikes?
Fri 5 October 2018
Flight delay compensation has seen a boom in recent years on the back of the EU Regulation No. 261/2004 (“EC261/2004”). A simple google search can locate DIY letters of claim and...
Emerging issues in costs: exceptional circumstances or a general exception?
Wed 19 September 2018
Taylor Rose TTKW’s director of dispute resolution Matthew Hoe comments on an emerging issue in costs...
Divorce Advice – Government to start consultation on no-fault divorce
Fri 14 September 2018
Following a Supreme Court Judgement in Owens v Owens in July 2018, the Government have announced plans to start a consultation on no-fault divorce.
Currently, to get divorced before...
The Litigant in Person: Kid gloves or gloves off?
Tue 4 September 2018
The litigant in person (‘LiP’) has long been the lawyer’s most frustratingly formidable opponent. Litigating against somebody who is emotionally invested and often fails to fully...
Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK after 5 years on Spouse Visa
Wed 29 August 2018
After spending 5 years in the UK on a spouse visa, you are eligible to make an application for Indefinite Leave to Remain. The requirements for this application are below:
Applying for British Citizenship through Naturalisation
Wed 22 August 2018
Once you have been granted Indefinite Leave to Remain you are likely to be eligible to apply for citizenship. However, the rules are slightly different depending on if you are married to a...
Making an application for leave to remain as a spouse within the UK
Wed 22 August 2018
You would make this application if you were already in the UK with entry clearance as a spouse which is coming to an end and you wish to extend the same leave for which
Tue 21 August 2018
I knew from a young age that I wanted to become a lawyer and just like most other aspiring young lawyers, my plan was always to become a Partner of a law firm at some stage. For me that would be...
Applying for Entry Clearance as a Spouse of a British Citizen or person with settled status
Wed 15 August 2018
If you are married to a British citizen or person with Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK and wish to enter the UK then you should apply for entry clearance as a partner under the Family member...
What you should know as a First Time Buyer
Wed 1 August 2018
Buying your first property is the first step on the property ladder but there are many factors to consider.
What is a Partner in Taylor Rose TTKW
Tue 31 July 2018
‘Adrian… no matter how good your business acumen and systems are, you will always need great lawyers’
Qualifying as a Solicitor - determination paying off
Tue 3 July 2018
After completing the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School, I joined Taylor Rose TTKW Peterborough as a member of...
Solicitor Theodora Michaeloudis talks Client Care
Mon 2 July 2018
Recently Caroline Houghton, Head of Customer Experience at Taylor Rose TTKW, blogged about delivering excellent customer service. In today's blog Senior...
Striving for an Unbeatable Legal Customer Experience
Mon 18 June 2018
It’s not often you see a law firm recruiting the role of ‘Head of Customer Experience’ so when Caroline Houghton spotted an advert, she was instantly intrigued...
The Importance of a Family Charter for Family Businesses
Mon 23 April 2018
Running a family business can have many complexities. One of those is the family itself. Associate Solicitor Stephanie Creasey explains the importance of family charters and why having one in...
MANAGING THE FAMILY BUSINESS
Wed 18 April 2018
The running of family businesses can often be more complex than those which are not family owned. Associate Solicitor Stephanie Crease explores why this is largely because of the fundamental role...
Five Reasons to Make a Will!
Tue 3 April 2018
Thousands of people die every year without making a Will or have a poorly drafted Will using a ‘DIY toolkit’....
Taylor Rose TTKW's Cumbria office celebrates Fourth Anniversary with our Consultants Programme
Mon 26 March 2018
When I made the decision to move my conveyancing team away from my old firm and go it alone, the practical logistics of how to set up my own firm seemed daunting and overwhelming, especially...
Changes to Tax Treatment of Employment Termination Packages
Thu 22 March 2018
There are tax changes in the pipeline which will affect employees receiving an exit or termination package from...
Taylor Rose TTKW's Consultants Programme gets the Seal of Approval!
Mon 19 March 2018
Solicitor Sandy Kaur, who is a member of Taylor Rose TTKW's Consultants Programme, share's her thoughts on the top 200 firm's successful business model that is now in its fifth...
Committed to Costs in the Face of Reform
Wed 14 March 2018
Taylor Rose TTKW’s specialist costs department has a 20 year history, but now faces challenging market conditions owing to the effect of the costs reforms over the last five years. As...
Joining Taylor Rose TTKW's Consultant's Programme was a Smart Move, says Conveyancing Solicitor Sonita Kaur Vyas
Mon 12 March 2018
Having specialised in residential conveyancing for over eight years and working for a Legal 500 firm I am delighted to say that I am now a Consultant...
Training Contracts with Taylor Rose TTKW
Mon 19 February 2018
Securing a training contract with the right law firm is a major challenge that must be faced on the road to becoming a...
Changing a will after death
Thu 8 February 2018
When someone dies, the executors who are appointed will look to their Will to find out their wishes and see who is to benefit from the estate. However, sometimes the beneficiaries who are due...
Are you eligible for a refund for overpaid Power of Attorney fees?
Mon 5 February 2018
You could be eligible for a full or partial refund according to an announcement made by the Ministry of Justice today (01/02/18).
The scheme aims to compensate those who have been...
BE GENDER-BASED PAY REPORTING READY FOR 2018
Fri 5 January 2018
A challenge for larger private enterprises and smaller public sector employers this year will be complying with the new requirements to publish a number of calculations revealing how large the pay...