The nation has recently been gripped by the ongoing saga of Helen Titchener. But behind the drama and intrigue that kept us all guessing, what lessons can we learn? Helen Titchener (nee Archer) was acquitted but it was a touch and go decision through the hour long Archers special on 11th September 2016. By way of […]
The answer is yes for some people. This is because in addition to the traditional nil rate band (the amount each person is allowed to have before paying inheritance tax ‘IHT’, currently set at £325,000) the Government is introducing a new residential nil rate band allowance ‘RNRB’ from 6 April 2017. The RNRB will start […]
For those who do not know, the Children and Families Act 2014 and the Crime and Courts Act 2013 bring in a number of fundamental changes to the area of Family Law with effect from 22nd April 2014.
On 25th November 2013 the Child Maintenance Service (CMS) has taken over from the Child Support Agency (CSA) for all new child maintenance cases. Furthermore a new and more complex formula has been introduced to calculate maintenance payable.