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  • Brexit delay with EU Caveats

    The D-day for the Brexit has been delayed under strict conditions by the EU. Get similar Brexit and UK updates on The SmartMove2UK.

    (Filed: Mon Mar 25 2019)
  • Is it the right time to set up a business in UK? - The SmartMove2UK

    The SmartMove2UK, recognised by WWL as 2016 Corporate Immigration firm and Proud winner of IAE Corporate Immigration Law (India) award for 2016. With the public eye, constantly on The UK’s Brexit negotiations, investors from across the world are concerned if now is the right time to set up a business in the UK. Immigration lawyers certainly state that the answer depends. The SmartMove2UK has assisted different kinds of entrepreneurs and innovators in achieving their dream to set up a business in UK.

    (Filed: Sun Nov 18 2018)
  • Chatsworth Practice Best of Financial Advice

    The Chatsworth Practice is a family business of Independent Financial Advisers established 1984. Our principal objective is to help clients achieve their goals by having the right financial plan in place. We work mainly with professional clients in the South of England, with whom we develop long standing relationships, which in many cases last a lifetime.

    (Filed: Mon Feb 06 2017)
  • The UK construction industry writes off £2bn annually of bad debt

    In the wake of rising bad debts, UK’s Construction Industry is losing £2bn annually, approximately £10,000 per company. Often delayed payments, or settle with a significantly smaller amount when not paid for prolonged period; what causes these companies to write off bad debts completely. In turn, it is affecting the whole construction industry which should be taken care of immediately.

    (Filed: Fri Aug 07 2015)
  • Shoosmiths launches new Bereaved Service


    Shoosmiths has announced the launch of anew bereaved service that aims to provide a professional approach to the legal issues associated with a death.

    (Filed: Tue Sep 25 2012)
  • Mediation features strongly in Government response to Family Justice Review

    The Government has now responded1 to the Family Justice Review panel’s November 2011 review of the entire family justice system in England and Wales. Most of the review’s recommendations have been accepted in full, including those around resolving disputes over contact with children when parents’ divorce or separate.

    (Filed: Fri Jun 22 2012)