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In her second interview with Keith Churchouse a Chartered Financial Planner and Wealth Manager, Manders Law Managing Partner, Mary-Ann Wright, speaks to Keith about pension rules, changes and commercial property fund moratoriums which have again been established in response to the significant effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are currently engaged in divorce proceedings,...
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Manders Law is delighted to announce that it has once again been named as one of the 2020 eprivateclient Top Family Law Firms. The aim of the initiative is to identify, recognise, introduce & promote the Top Family Law Firms. eprivateclient surveyed over 100 family law firms in the UK and the rankings are based...
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We hope you’ve never bought a sofa for £60,000. Or if you did, we hope it came with a free Mercedes. Clearly £60k is too much money to spend on a sofa. But that’s what one particular sofa cost a client. And nope, it wasn’t even an antique. Are you sitting comfortably? The client was...
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Ah, Christmas. That time of giving and receiving. Sometimes, that receiving can go beyond physical gifts. Some of us receive marriage proposals at this time of year. The newly engaged couple might be embarking on a second marriage in a triumph of optimism over experience. But that won’t stop the fun of planning their special...
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Manders Law partner wins praise from clients and recognition in the prestigious Citywealth Future Leaders List. With five stars and detailed reviews left by her clients, the value placed by clients on excellent service and communication is clear. View Raj’s listing on the Citywealth website.
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Manders Law is committed to diversity and inclusion, which produces positive outcomes for both clients and staff. Here Managing Partner Mary-Ann Wright, who sits on the Law Society’s Diversity and Inclusion committee and the Court of the Worshipful Company of Solicitors, talks about the need to place diversity at the front and centre of modern,...
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Clients often face a dilemma when considering the advantages and disadvantages of achieving a “clean break” at all costs or paying on going and sometimes long-term spousal maintenance. Here Mary-Ann Wright discusses the pros and cons View the full article here.
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