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Go to Guide to eCommerce

Posted on April 12 2017

When thinking of starting a new business venture or growing a current retail operation, many people look to the internet as the most effective and cost efficient route to market. In many instances, it allows for the flexibility of being self-employed and working from home to minimise start-up or expansion costs and address issues such as work-life balance.

The grounds for contesting a will

Posted by Martin Oliver on January 8 2017 in Contesting a will

If a will does not include the true intentions of the person making the will, or if the will has not been executed correctly, it may be invalid and can therefore be contested. Our guide takes you through the grounds for contesting a will.

Guide to Buying a Farm

Posted on November 16 2016 in Agriculture

Between 2006 and 2016, the value of farmland increased by 277% according to a report by Savills. This certainly makes agricultural land a sound investment but it also means that care needs to be taken when buying and selling such a valuable commodity

Guide to Birth Injuries

Posted on July 18 2016 in Birth injury and trauma claims

Being pregnant and looking forward to the birth of your baby is a unique experience. Becoming a parent is one of the precious moments in a person’s life and most of us will anticipate the event with an equal mixture of trepidation and excitement.

Go to guide to starting a business

Posted on February 22 2016

There’s no doubt that starting your first venture can be an exciting, albeit daunting, experience. Being your own boss has many advantages. However, it is easy to get carried away with ideas for your new product or service and forget about the basics. You must have the right processes and contracts in place to protect your idea and you must be able to finance your venture as it grows, particularly if you are going it alone.