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April Acquisitions - Stage Two, Due Diligence

During this month, Scott Richardson from our Corporate and Commercial Department will be providing a four stage summary of the acquisition process for anyone looking to purchase a business or shares in a company. This article concentrates on the second...

April Acquisitions - Stage One, Heads of Terms and NDAs

During this month, Scott Richardson from our Corporate and Commercial Department will be providing a four stage summary of the acquisition process for anyone looking to purchase a business or shares in a company. After negotiating the terms of purchase...

Race to the King 2024 in aid of Rowans Hospice

Glanvilles LLP is taking on Race to the King 2024's ultra and double ultra marathons. We will be running and walking over the tough but beautiful South Downs terrain to raise money for an amazing local charity, Rowans Hospice . The charity is close...

EPC Requirement For New Lease Of Commercial Premises

Introduction This is the first part of a two-part article considering the implications of the Energy Performance of Buildings (England and Wales) Regulations 2012 ( EPC Regulations ) and the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and...

Changes to UK Company Law - the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023

Some of the changes to UK company law set out under the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023 ( the Act ) were implemented on 4 March 2024. Here we explore what you need to know and what the changes could mean for you. Why have these changes...

Have you received a Settlement Agreement from your Employer? Here's what you should know:

What is a Settlement Agreement? A Settlement Agreement is a legally binding contract between an Employer and Employee which terminates the Employee’s employment and which settles any contractual and statutory Claims the Employee may have against...

Do I need a Shareholders' Agreement?

If you are a shareholder of a private limited company limited by shares along with other shareholders, whether as a majority, equal or minority shareholder, it is important at an early stage to consider protecting your position and ensuring the company is...

Inheritance Wars: Who Gets the Money?

Statistically, three quarters of people will be faced with an inheritance dispute at some point in their lives. Each week, there is a new headline grabbing inheritance story in the news, with reports of families being ripped apart through arguments over...

Cohabitation - Election could see Reforms called for by Family Lawyers

Speaking on his podcast last week, the former chancellor George Osborne has speculated that a General Election might be called for November 14th this year. Should the Labour Party be victorious, we were told by Emily Thornberry, the Shadow Attorney General,...

Abolishment Of S.21 Eviction Notices

What is a Section 21 Notice? A Section 21 Notice under the Housing Act 1988 is used by Landlords to evict a Tenant with two months’ notice once their fixed term contract has expired. Under Section 21, private Landlords are not required to provide a...

Is Family Arbitration Suitable For Me

Is Arbitration suitable for you? In October 2021, the President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane, published his report “Confidence and Confidentiality: Transparency in the Family Courts”. This report advocated for greater...

Race To The Kings in aid of Rowans Hospice

Big shout out to our amazing team who completed the Race To The Kings on Saturday 17th June 2023, organised by Threshold Sports. You all did brilliantly, what a personal achievement and amazing cause you have all supported in aid of Rowans Hospice ! ...

Costs and benefits of Financial Disputes Resolution

Court Based Financial Disputes Resolution  What is Financial Disputes Resolution, Court based? An FDR (Financial Disputes Resolution) is a formal hearing before a Judge when the Judge hears a summary presentation of each side’s case...

Declaration of Trusts

Cohabiting couples are one of the fastest growing family types in the UK, with many people choosing to live together without getting married. In 2021, there were 3.6 million cohabiting couples  according to the ONS . In the unfortunate situation of...

Glanvilles Family Mediation services expand

Glanvilles are excited to announce the recent appointment of Caroline Sandys-Lumsdaine , Solicitor, and Tina Day , Senior Associate Fellow Legal Executive, to our Family, Separation & Mediation Legal Department . Caroline Sandys-Lumsdaine is a...

Happy Divorce Anniversary

April saw the one year anniversary of the introduction of no fault divorce.  This was a move welcomed by Resolution, the organisation for family lawyers, who campaigned vigorously for the changes.  Our family lawyer and mediator Tina Day reflects...

Glanvilles Strengthens Family Team With Senior Associate Appointment

Glanvilles are delighted to welcome Tina Day to the firm as a Senior Associate.  Tina will be working from our Fareham office and brings with her a wealth of family law experience.  Tina is also an accredited family mediator who is qualified to...

Could Someone Dispute My Will?

In recent weeks Priscilla Presley launched a high-profile legal challenge disputing the validity of her late daughter’s will ( reported by BBC ). Lisa Marie Presley died on the 12 th of January 2023 leaving behind a music career of her own and assets...

Our Chichester Offices Combine

We’re excited to announce, our two offices in Chichester have now combined and moved into our Avenue House Southgate office, located near the train station side of Chichester town. This move follows our merger with Anderson Rowntree Solicitors that...

Letter of Wishes

What is a Letter of Wishes? When you pass, your estate may have to go to probate. In such circumstances, upon the grant of probate, your Will becomes a public document. Contrastingly, a Letter of Wishes remains private and confidential. For this reason,...

Should I Seek Mediation For Dispute Resolution

What is Mediation in Dispute Resolution? Mediation is a voluntary process led by an impartial third party to resolve conflict. Mediation is often described as a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and can be used in almost any kind of case, from...

Internal Promotions for 2023

The Partners at Glanvilles are pleased to announce the following promotions; Oliver Zaki , Commercial Property team at our Cams Hall Fareham office, will be appointed as a Partner from 1 st April 2023 Gareth Maddern , Commercial Property team at our...

Dementia Support Christmas Double Up Appeal 2022

Appeal LIVE from 29th November-13th December 2022 Glanvilles Legal Services are very pleased to be once again sponsoring  Dementia Supports Christmas Double Up Appeal.  Where One Donation can give Double the Impact.  At a challenging...

New deadline for SDLT cut

In September, the government said  a cut in stamp duty land tax  in England and Northern Ireland for some house buyers would be permanent. The price at which stamp duty is paid was doubled from £125,000 to £250,000 (£425,000...

How we are raising funds for the Poppy Appeal

How did you support The Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal last year?  Did you buy a poppy? This year Glanvilles Anderson Rowntree are supporting The Poppy Appeal by adding a ‘poppy’ to our logo on our website. With more...