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Mirror Wills – take reflection

Date Posted: 24 May 2017

Our probate team often writes wills for couples simultaneously. These are called Mirror Wills and specify that in the event of death, each partner agrees to leave everything to the remaining partner, or to children if both die.

When is a contract not a contract?

Date Posted: 16 May 2017

Contract Law is not that straightforward, and this article explains that contracts can be made when you least expect it.  Find out what steps you can take to avoid finding yourself in a contract you didn't want.

The over 50s that are shaking the nest

Date Posted: 04 May 2017

The average age at divorce for both men and women has increased every year between 1985 and 2014, rising by over 8 years.  But what do these 'empty nesters' need to take in consideration that younger divorcees might not?

Have whiplash claims had their day?

Date Posted: 17 April 2017

Have whiplash claims had their day?

Cycling 165 miles for charity

Date Posted: 06 April 2017

Two members of the Robertsons team are cycling this weekend in aid of charity.  

Increase in Unfair Dismissal Payments for Employers

Date Posted: 31 March 2017

The cost of unfair dismissal payments ordered by the courts is set to rise.  Find out more and ensure that your business deals with employees in a fair manner. 

Robertsons Launch New Website!

Date Posted: 28 March 2017

Robertsons Solicitors in Cardiff are delighted to have recently launched our new website!

Take a look and let us know what you think!

Will the Uber decision drive employment law in a different direction?

Date Posted: 01 November 2016

On 28th October, an Employment Tribunal made a decision that may have resounding effects for companies. Two vehicle drivers took Uber to court arguing that they were 'workers' within the definition of the Employment Rights Act 1996. This article by Chris Barber looks at the finer detail.

Litigants in Person – Is it fair being on your own?

Date Posted: 26 October 2016

A Litigant in Person (LIP) is a description of those people who represent themselves in court proceedings and at court hearings. Chris Barber discusses this.