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Divorce & financial settlements

Divorce & financial settlements

With the introduction of no-fault divorce, many couples are still unaware that when you have gone through the final steps of divorce, finances can still be claimed by your ex-partner until a Financial Order is made by the Court. A Consent Order is recommended for this...
Changes to renting homes in Wales

Changes to renting homes in Wales

In July 2022 the Welsh Government are introducing changes to the way properties will be rented. The Renting Homes Act 2016 is set to change how properties are rented, managed and lived in in Wales. It affects both the social and private rented sectors. Who will be...
Key changes to employment law in 2022

Key changes to employment law in 2022

National Minimum Wage The National Minimum Wage will increase on 6 April 2022. The new pay rates will be as follows: National living wage (age 23 or over): £9.50 per hour Age 21 to 22: £9.18 per hour Age 18 to 20: £6.83 per hour Age 16 to 17: £4.81 per hour Apprentice...